Little has been heard from 6-foot-2, 200-pound linebacker Trey Edmunds in over a month. Despite numerous junior day opportunities, the Ringgold (Va.) Dan River prospect hasn't been anywhere recently.
"I haven't gone on junior days at all," he said. "I plan to make visits, but I have no idea when."
Part of the reason for that is Edmunds schedule; he just recently wrapped up basketball in the state quarterfinals.
"I think we had a really good season, we lost four games," he said. "I averaged 15-points and nine rebounds. I am getting recruited for that too from some of the same schools as football."
The sports season isn't likely over for Edmunds as he plans to run the 200 and 400 meters in track this spring.
On the football front, Edmunds is sitting on four offers from Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia and Virginia Tech.
"I'm very excited about the offers, but I'm just enjoying my high school years and enjoying the process," he said. "I like all the schools right now, I haven't narrowed it down. All of them are great programs and provide great educations."
He went further about the four offers specifically.
"Virginia and Virginia Tech are the in-state school and that's always a good thing, location is not really a problem with me, but they are two grweat schools and have good programs," he said. "My dad went to Maryland and that's big. He knows a lot of teachers and coaches up in that area, I know them too.
"I like North Carolina's school, they are a very good school and have a very good educational program."
Edmunds ran for 1,324-yards and 13 touchdowns and added 124 tackles on defense this season as a junior.