Rivals250 wide receiver Andrey Baskin is down to two schools as he is closing in on a decision. The Camden (N.J.) Woodrow Wilson prospect plans to take one more official before deciding.
"I'm down to Syracuse and Tennessee," he said. "I dropped North Carolina State from the picture and right now I'm trying to work out a visit to Knoxville sometime this month.
"I like Tennessee because I really fit into their offensive scheme and like the program a lot. All the players and coaches are really nice guys and that's about all I can say about them."
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The 6-foot-3, 192-pounder still has Syracuse leading for his services.
"Syracuse is still my leader," he said. "I like their program, I feel at home there and I like what they have to offer me as a wide receiver. I especially like my recruiter Tim Cross, we've developed a great bond and I trust him a lot."
Baskin finished the season by being named first team all-South Jersey, first team all-group and all-conference.
The four-star prospect is keeping himself busy this spring by playing basketball for Woodrow Wilson.
"The season is going fine as I'm averaging 12-points per game," he said. "I'm doing alright and it's a lot of fun."