North Charleston (S.C.) Fort Dorchester defensive end Carlos Dunlap did not make his scheduled official visit to Tennessee during the weekend, but the five-star prospect isn't quite ready to eliminate the Vols completely from contention for his services.
"It's kind of down to Florida and South Carolina," he said. "But I may reschedule Tennessee."
The 6-foot-6, 255-pounder added that car trouble prevented him from making his visit to Knoxville this weekend. He has been to the UT campus before for an unofficial visit.
Dunlap has an official visit to Florida scheduled for next weekend and is looking forward to heading to Gainesville again. The last time he was at UF, he saw the Gators defeat the Gamecocks, 17-16.
"I'm looking forward to having a good time," Dunlap said. "I want to see if I feel at home at Florida."
Dunlap said that no head coaches have done an in-home visit with him since he returned from starring in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl in January.
Dunlap is the nation's top-ranked weakside defensive end prospect, is the No. 1 overall prospect in the state of South Carolina and is the No. 7 overall prospect nationally according to Rivals.com.
He was considered the top overall prospect at the All-American Bowl during the first week of January.