Summer trips have been the theme for Fork Union (Va.) Military wide receiver Brandon Caleb and those visits may have things narrowed down to a final three.
His latest trip was to Oklahoma which came after trips to Georgia Tech and Florida. Though there are several offers on the table for the 6-foot-1, 194-pound receiver, it appears that he may have a top three that looks to be very close to final.
"I'm basically going on Georgia Tech, Oklahoma and Virginia Tech," Caleb said. "I can't really say that it is a definite final three, but unless a big offer comes in to shake things up, those are the ones I'm going to focus on from now on."
The Oklahoma and Georgia Tech trips seemed to push those two schools into the top three. However, things haven't worked out at other schools and have forced Caleb to move forward.
"Well, I didn't really fit in that well down at Florida but at the same time I didn't get the scholarship offer so I've just kind of moved past that," Caleb said. "I'm going to take this one day at a time and look over these options I have."
His brother, who went through the process before playing college ball, gave the younger Caleb some advice.
"He said just don't do anything early and rush to commit," Caleb said. "I should just take my time and look at all the schools. He said he was in a rush and found out later that another school wanted him that would have been better."
As for a decision, there are no guarantees. It will all come down to when the four-star rated wide receiver feels ready.
"Basically I've been praying about it and whenever it's time to make that decision, I'll make it," Caleb said. "I really don't feel any pressure like some guys to do to commit right this second. I feel if I hold out, I'll just be making sure everything is right before jumping into it."
Caleb is rated as the No. 4 prospect in the state of Virginia.