The May evaluation period came and went and 6-foot-2, 210-pound safety Terence Garvin is still a bit under the radar. The Baltimore (Md.) Loyola prospect still holds two offers, but is receiving his share of interest from other schools.
"He has two offers so far from West Virginia and Maryland," his father, Terence Dwayne said. "Virginia, NC State, Syracuse and Duke, Connecticut appears to be close to offering while Rutgers, Michigan State, Illinois and Temple are beginning to show a lot of interest.
"We just took a visit to Virginia not too long ago and it was tremendous. We visited Syracuse too and it was historical. We're supposed to go to West Virginia and NC State. After that we're going to settle down."
Is anyone sticking out to Garvin?
"Maryland is very impressive," his father said. "I know he was very impressed with Maryland. We love the opportunity with them. Coach Friedgen was great and they are very high on our list.
"We haven't been to West Virginia. It's very intriguing with the offer, we want to see the school. I'd say the leading candidates now are Maryland and Virginia was very impressive."
There are early favorites. Does Garvin have a timeframe on a decision?
"We're giving schools the opportunity to offer," he said. "The recruiting process takes time and they all want to see him physically. We want to give him the chance to see what these schools have to offer.
"But, really we want the process taken care of before the season. I don't want him going through his senior season with all of this on his mind."