Pottstown (Pa.) Pottsgrove junior athlete Terrell Chestnut hasn't devoted too much attention to the recruiting process just yet.
The 5-foot-11, 175-pound athlete is in the middle of track season, and that makes it difficult for him to visit colleges. He isn't sure when track season will end, but he did say he would thrust himself into the recruiting process with a full head of steam once it's over.
Chestnut did manage to visit Michigan State recently, and he really enjoyed himself in East Lansing.
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"I went to Michigan State's spring practice this past weekend," Chestnut recalled.
"It was nice. It's a nice school. They take football seriously out there. I talked to coach (Mark) Dantonio. He was just telling me basically how many defensive backs they have, what they're losing and what they're looking for. I enjoyed myself."
When asked what other schools he would like to visit Chestnut was a bit vague, saying he would like to visit every school that he can possibly get to.
The latest schools to offer Chestnut are South Carolina and Syracuse. He said those came in a week or two ago.
Chestnut does not have a timetable for when he would like to narrow his list.