Clay lines up first visit

Four-star running back John Clay of Racine (Wis.) Park remains one of the most highly-coveted running backs available in the nation. And up to this point, the 6-foot, 222-pounder had only talked about official visits.
But the Rivals100 selection has finally lined up his first visit and he won't have far to go on the trip.
"My first visit is set up for 17th of November, I'm visiting Wisconsin," he said.

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"I just want to check out the campus and the academic stuff. I'm talking to Ohio State right now trying to set up that visit, too. I'm just trying to get things set up to take my visits to all the schools right now."
Clay says he has no plans on committing any time early.
"It'll be a while from now , because I'm planning on committing at the Army All-American game," Clay said.
"My top five is still even - Wisconsin, Ohio State, Tennessee, Nebraska and Iowa. I don't want to give anyone an edge or anything. Everyone is still equal."
Clay said he's now spending a lot of time on Saturday's watching college football, including the teams that are recruiting him.
"Nebraska has been impressing me," Clay said. "But I'm watching all the teams that are after me. It helps me get a better read on what they're going to be like in the future."