As one of the top prospects in North Carolina, wide receiver Josh Briscoe has been asked about recruiting all summer. But he's still not in any rush to make a decision.
"School starts back for us this Monday, so recently I haven't really been focusing on recruiting too much," said Briscoe. "I'm focusing on school and getting ready for my team's season. We were 8-3 last year and I think we should be really good this fall."
The 6-foot-3, 170-pound receiver from Lawndale (N.C.) Burns runs the 40-yard dash in 4.4 seconds and is being consistently rated as one of North Carolina's top 15 prospects, if not higher.
"I didn't camp anywhere this summer, and I've only now started to think about official visits. I'd like to take some, but I haven't set anything up. I'm looking at seven schools right now. Duke, NC State, Clemson, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia and Nebraska are all even, and I'll study more about those schools and talk to their coaches throughout the year."
All seven of Briscoe's favorites have offered him a scholarship, and several other schools are trying to get in the mix. Over the past three years Briscoe has more than 2,300 receiving yards and 34 touchdowns.