Philadelphia (Pa.) Chestnut Hill Academy safety Ibraheim Campbell has been focused on four schools for a while now and before too long he will be setting up his official visits.
Campbell has not kept his list of favorites a secret and he isn't about to start now. Stanford, Vanderbilt, Northwestern and Boston College have all offered the 5-foot-11, 188-pound defensive back, and they are the schools to beat at this point.
"Yes, those are still my top four," Campbell confirmed this week in an interview with Rivals.com. "I'll still be visiting those (schools)."
While Campbell hasn't set the dates for those official visits he plans on doing that sometime soon. Lately he's just been focused on preparing for his senior season with his teammates.
"I've been working out all summer," he said. "We officially begin as a team August 17. We've got two-a-days and then three-a-days. I've just been working out over the summer, doing workouts on my own."
Campbell said his conversations with college coaches have mostly been restricted to those from the four schools at the top of his list.
He said Boston College recently started recruiting him as a cornerback, as opposed to a safety, for the first time.