Cornerback/wide receiver Michael Ray Garvin has set up one official visit, and he may be ready to schedule more in the near future.
The 5-foot-9, 180-pound athlete from Ramsey (N.J.) Don Bosco Prep has set up an official visit to Georgia for Nov. 26, the weekend of the Georgia Tech game.
"Michael has set up the visit to Georgia and we're in talks with Florida State, Oklahoma and Colorado," said his father, who is also a coach at Bosco. "Nothing is final with those schools yet, so we won't talk about dates yet. But there's a very good chance we'll go there."
What schools is Garvin looking at?
"Right now I'd say he's most interested in Kansas State, Oklahoma, Georgia, Florida State, Maryland, Rutgers, Boston College and Colorado. That could change as time goes on, but that's where he is right now."
And what are his plans for the future?
"Our first game is Friday night and we're both obviously really excited about that. He'll be playing tailback and cornerback, and will see the majority of the snaps on both sides of the ball.
"He doesn't have a timeframe yet. That's somewhat up in the air. We're hoping he gets an invitation to the US Army All-American game, but that hasn't come yet."