Rising junior Rashan Gary has become one of the most well-known recruits in his class despite not having taken many visits. The Paramus (N.J) Paramus Catholic stand out is looking to get out and see more schools this offseason.
"I want to visit Maryland, Virginia and Virginia Tech," said the 6-foot-4, 276-pound Gary. "I also want to visit Penn State and Ohio State again. Right now all the schools are all the same to me, all on an equal playing field because I don't know much about the programs. When I get to take my visits I'll see which programs I like."
Gary already has more than 20 offers from some of the nation's best schools but it doesn't sound like any of them have separated themselves from the pack.
"Everything is going well with all the schools," he said. "Everyone is recruiting me hard. I just need to get out there to see more and see what they have to offer."
Michigan had a lot of success last year at Paramus Catholic with Jabrill Peppers and Juwan Bushell-Beatty. Now that Gary has transferred from Scotch Plains (N.J.) Scotch Plains-Fanwood to Paramus Catholic many people are wondering about his interest level in the Wolverines.
"I've talked to Coach Roy Manning a little bit," Gary said. "He has the same amount of contact with me as the other coaches do. I don't really know a ton about the school that's why I need to go take visits."
Gary was one of the few underclassmen to participate in the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge presented by Under Armour.