With track and field season coming to an end, 2016 defensive tackle Rashan Gary is going to get back into recruiting. The Scotch Plains (N.J.) Scotch Plains-Fanwood stand out has a few thoughts about what his next move might be.
"I'm going to start doing research after track season ends because that's when I will start taking my visits," said the 6-foot-4, 286-pound Gary. "Hopefully I can throw a 54 in shot putt and 160 in discus.
"I think I have a few ideas of where I want to visit," he said. I know for a fact that I'm going to visit Ohio State and Maryland. I just don't have dates for those. I also want to visit Virginia and maybe Florida, South Carolina and Alabama."
Gary's offer sheet continues to grow.
"I picked up offers from Pittsburgh and Syracuse," Gary said. "The coaches want me to research their schools and give them a call so I can tell them what I think of their program. The coaches there have told me I'm the number one priority in their class and they want me to do the research so I can figure out where they stack up with the rest of my offers."
So far, there aren't any schools that have separated themselves from the pack.
"Right now everybody is recruiting me hard," he said. "No school is sticking out. Boston College, Florida State, Miami, Alabama and a lot of other schools are calling my coach.
Gary thinks Georgia could be the next school to offer him.