One of the top two-way prospects from the Peach State is Barry Bostic. Bostic, from Louisville (Ga.) Jefferson County High School, plays quarterback but projects as a slot wide receiver or cornerback at the next level.
"Recruiting is going pretty well right now," Bostic said. "I have eight scholarship offers and schools are coming on like Florida State, Michigan and East Carolina. Those three have not offered me yet but I think they are close to offering."
According to Bostic Georgia Tech, Mississippi State, Maryland, Kentucky, UCLA, Vanderbilt, UConn, and Central Florida have all offered him. From these schools he has a top five.
"It would be Georgia Tech, Mississippi State, Maryland, Vanderbilt and UCLA. They are all pretty close right now.
Bostic has recently taken an official visit to both Vanderbilt and Georgia Tech.
"I went to Vanderbilt two weeks ago. It was real nice and they are big on academics.
"I went to a Georgia Tech practice this past Saturday with Chris Crenshaw (GT signee). It was real intense. I got to sit down with coach (Paul) Johnson. We talked about me playing cornerback for them."
Bostic says that Mississippi State and Vandy are recruiting him to play the slot while UCLA and Georgia Tech like him at corner. All the other schools like him as a athlete and will wait and see what he plays once he gets to campus.
"To me it really doesn't matter. I just want to get on the field."
Bostic, 5-10 and 156 pounds, is a member of the Rivals250.