Diggs close to cutting it down

Cape Coral (Fla.) Island Coast safety Jordan Diggs holds 25 offers, but he is hoping to get his options down to a more manageable number in the near future.
"I haven't narrowed down my list yet," Diggs said. "I should be narrowing it down soon, definitely before the first game which is August 20th. I am planning to, if I can, to narrow it down to a top five. It is going to be hard cutting down the list. I want to get down to a top five but if not then I will try to get it somewhere below ten."
The 6-foot, 200-plus pound athlete hopes that his upcoming cut will be to a final five, but he isn't making any promises.
"If I get it down to five, those will be my five official visits," Diggs said. "I plan to take all five of my officials before I decide. I want to make my decision at some point during the season or right after the season, as soon as I know and I've taken all those trips."
At this stage, Diggs said he isn't ready to unveil any locks for one of those top spots.
"I don't want to speak on that yet," Diggs said. "I am still taking in information and talking to coaches. I am just really networking with the coaching staffs and getting questions answered, stuff that I really need to help me narrow everything down."
The U.S. Army All-American shared what he is looking for in his future home.
"I am looking for a place where I feel comfortable and a place that I feel I can go and make a real impact at," Diggs said. "I want a place where I can grasp the playbook and fit into what they do defensively."
This summer, Diggs visited Georgia Tech, Michigan State, Ole Miss, Tennessee, and Vanderbilt during the summer. He said his visits are almost certainly concluded until he schedules his five official visits because he is set to begin the school year next week.