About two weeks ago four-star athlete Terrell Chestnut made a trip to Pitt, but he hasn't done anything since then.
The 5-foot-11, 175-pound prospect from Pottstown (Pa.) Pottsgrove is ranked the No. 6 prospect overall in Pennsylvania by Rivals.com, and while schools will be doing everything in their power to convince him to visit before the end of the summer, he isn't sure if he will.
"I've just started working out (for next season)," Chestnut said over the weekend. "I'm not sure if I'll visit any more schools (this summer). It's possible. I think I'll be able to but I'm not sure where (he will go)."
Regardless of what he does for the rest of this summer Chestnut said he will be taking at least some of his official visits before he makes his decision, though he isn't sure where he will take those visits to.
"Lately I've just been trying to relax and get away from all that (recruiting)," he said. "I've had my phone off for a while.
"I'm in the process of narrowing things down. I don't know how many (schools will make the cut) but I'm narrowing it. I should have that done in the next week or two. I'm not sure."
Chestnut said no schools are a lock to make his first cut at this point.