Four stand out to Foreman

Naples (Fla.) outside linebacker prospect Lukas Foreman has racked up a handful of offers, but is focused on four main schools at this time.
"I am getting recruited by West Virginia, Kansas, Maryland, Cincinnati, and a few other different schools," Foreman said. "It is mainly those four though."
Cincinnati is the only one of those four schools that has yet to offer the 6-foot-4, 195-pound defensive prospect.
So far, the three-star prospect has taken just one official visit travelling to Maryland when the Terrapins hosted Duke.
"It was a fun trip," Foreman said. "They showed me everything, showed me all of the facilities, the weight room and everything. I loved it."
His primary recruiter with the Terps is assistant coach Don Brown.
"He just thinks I will be an excellent safety for them," Foreman said. "He thinks I am a versatile safety - I can tackle, I can hit, and I can cover."
For the Naples Golden Eagles, who are 6-0, Foreman has 31 tackles, an interception, two pass deflections, and a forced fumble as a safety. At the next level, he could remain at the safety spot or move up to the front seven.
"Maryland and West Virginia are looking at me as a safety, Cincinnati and Kansas are looking at me as a linebacker," Foreman said. "I could care less, I will play whatever they want me to play."
As for other official visits, he has one date in mind as well as a couple other destinations.
"I might be going up to West Virginia on December 11th," Foreman said. "I also expect to visit Kansas and I am kind of thinking Cincinnati."
Foreman, who is fully qualified after earning an 18 on the ACT, said that he doesn't have a specific timeline for making a decision. He simply intends to do it when he finds the right fit.
"Just whenever the time is right and I feel that I found the right school," Foreman said. "I am looking for a good education, a good football scheme, and someone that really wants me as a player, who has been recruiting me for a while and not just because other guys have gone elsewhere."