Rivals250 wide receiver Andrey Baskin out of Camden (N.J.) Woodrow Wilson was planning to take an official visit to Tennessee this weekend. The 6-foot-3, 192-pounder with 4.45-second speed cancelled the trip.
"Our game has been moved to Saturday so I'm not going to be able to make the Tennessee visit," he said. "After this all of our games are on Saturdays, so it looks like I'll have to take the rest of my visits after the season.
Currently, the No. 26 receiver in the country has three teams in the lead for his services.
"I'm looking at Tennessee, Syracuse and North Carolina State for officials," he said. "I might try to get up to Ohio State too, but they aren't as high up as the other three. I like that Tennessee runs a balanced offense and they use big wide receivers like me. I think I'd also fit into their offense. I think I could go in and play as a freshman at Syracuse and I like the way the new offense is run. They also have a really good player-coach relationship developing. As for North Carolina State, I've liked them since I was a young boy."
The four-star prospect and his Woodrow Wilson teammates are off to a 1-2 season.
"I've got five touchdowns in three games and about 20 tackles," he said. "I'm not doing that bad out there. I can tell there's a lot of improvement because I'm faster, stronger and run better patterns. I have a lot more vision on the field too. I know how to get open even more.