Warminster (Pa.) Archbishop Wood Catholic safety Nate Smith will be making a decision soon and there are six schools that are involved.
Five of those schools have offered. Those schools would be West Virginia, South Carolina, Michigan State, Temple and Toledo. A sixth school is also in the picture.
"Georgia just started getting involved again," said Smith. "They've started talking to me again. Basically they just want to get film on me. I just know they're a pretty good program."
It's not clear whether the Dawgs plan on offering the 5-foot-11, 176-pound athlete.
What does he like about each of his other finalists?
"With Michigan State, I like that all of their defensive backs have made All-Big Ten," he noted.
"South Carolina is a big-time program that's up-and-coming.
"Temple is just close to home and I know I would be loved at Temple.
"Toledo is a great school. They've been playing some of the best competition, too.
"I also like West Virginia's defense and just their style of play."
All of those schools are recruiting Smith as a safety. So far this year he has two punt returns of better than 50 yards, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery.
In one game this year Smith had five catches for 218 yards and two scores on offense.
Smith said he's anxious to watch the West Virginia-LSU game this evening.
There have been rumors that Smith will be choosing between West Virginia and Temple very shortly. Any truth to that?
"The other schools are even with them," he said. "I'm probably going to wait until next week or the week after to decide."