Bostwick taking things slow

Port St. Lucie (Fla.) St. Lucie West Centennial four-star defensive tackle Jaynard Bostwick continues to list the same two programs at the top of his list.
"It is still Miami and Oregon at the top," Bostwick said. "Miami is still my favorite."
While his focus is squarely on the Hurricanes and Ducks, he admits that other schools such as Alabama, Florida, LSU, and others remain in contention as well.
"I am looking at other schools as well," Bostwick said. "I am still open about my decision."
The Rivals250 defensive lineman has previously visited Miami as well as a pair of other schools.
"I visited South Carolina (during the spring) and I went to Florida here recently," Bostwick said. "I was at Florida during their summer camp."
He talked about his visit to Gainesville to check out Will Muschamp's program.
"I hadn't really looked at the Gators before so I wanted to take some time and check them out," Bostwick said. "It was a nice school. I talked to the coaches. We were talking about academics and how they run the classes. They were talking to me about how I fit into their defense and what they were thinking of doing.
"I talked to all of the coaches," Bostwick added. "They just talked about what they are trying to do and they were telling me about some moves I could use on the field. They also drove home to me how important my grades are."
While the Gators didn't ascend to the top of his list, the 6-foot-4, 291-pound defensive lineman admits they made an impression during the visit.
"I am pretty interested in Florida," Bostwick said.
At this point in the process, Bostwick says he may be done for the summer with regards to visits.
"I don't know of any upcoming visits," Bostwick said. "If I do visit anywhere it will be because I am catching a ride there. I haven't made any plans."
He intends to get back on the road once the season starts to take official visits to five schools around the nation.
"I plan to use all of my official visits," Bostwick said. "I know I will definitely go to Oregon but I haven't set the date yet. I know I am going though."
The talented South Florida prospect intends to release a narrowed list with his five visit destinations at the start of his senior season in September.
As a junior, Bostwick recorded 74 tackles including seven tackles for loss and two sacks.