Sarasota, Fla., defensive end Walter Dublin for quite some time had said Ohio State and Nebraska were his two favorite schools. However things have changed, and Dublin now says he probably won't even visit one of those two.
"I've been talking to some schools about official visits," Dublin said. "But nothing is officially set yet.
"I'll definitely visit Minnesota and Ohio State. Those are my favorites now. Most likely I'll visit both of them during the season. I want to see their games.
"Ohio State is looking for good pass rushers. They said they have a need for that. I love Ohio State's program and their tradition.
"At Minnesota I'd have a chance to really compete for playing time. Their offense is amazing already. Their defense is good, they just need a little more."
What happened to Nebraska?
"Nebraska has a lot of defensive linemen on their roster right now," Dublin said. "I haven't talked to them lately."
When asked what other schools he is looking at, Dublin said, "Florida, Iowa, Clemson, there's a lot of them. West Virginia and Iowa State are two more.
"I'm definitely looking to take all my visits. I might wait until signing day to announce. I don't want to make a quick decision."
The 6-foot-3 and 235-pound Dublin has eight sacks, two forced fumbles, and four blocked kicks as Sarasota has won five of six games.