Tampa (Fla.) Plant three-star safety Paris Bostick is looking to finish his junior year with high marks in the classroom.
"Everything is going pretty good right now," Bostick said. "I am just trying to stay focused and finish school out this week."
He is also looking to make his mark on the football field this summer.
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"Right now I am just trying get prepared," Bostick said. "We are doing some 7-on-7's this summer and I also want to do some college camps."
The 6-foot-1, 208-pound defensive back is hoping to visit a few college campuses between now and August.
"I want to see a few schools," Bostick said. "I definitely plan to go back to Georgia this summer. I love Athens. I want to go to Arkansas, check them out. I also want to see West Virginia and Texas A&M."
Those four schools are standing out amongst all his options.
"My top four right now is probably Arkansas, West Virginia, Texas A&M, and Georgia," Bostick said. "I want to see them before I really put them in an order. I have seen Georgia, so they are definitely at the top one or two. I have been there before and I got a feel for what their campus is like and the school is like.
"It will change depending on where I go and what I see," Bostick added.
Bostick currently claims offers from Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Louisville, Maryland, Mississippi State, N.C. State, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, South Carolina, South Florida, Texas A&M, and West Virginia. Schools such as Georgia, Georgia Tech, and Notre Dame have also shown interest.
As for making a decision, the Sunshine State prospect is hoping to be able to do so before he returns to action as a senior.
"My plan was to be ready to decide before my senior year but if that isn't the case, then I am not going to rush anything," Bostick said. "When I commit, I am not going to decommit. So if I am ready, then I will, but if not then it won't work that way and I will wait it out to see what school I want to go to."
This past season, Bostick recorded 63 total tackles, one sack and three interceptions.