Jacksonville (Fla.) Ribault D.J. Gillins is looking to regain his sophomore year form after missing his junior season with a knee injury.
On Monday, he will end his recruitment and focus on getting back to his high level of play that pushed him to four-star status.
Gillins plans to choose from his top five of Arizona, Boston College, Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt, and Wisconsin.
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Who is leading for the athletic dual-threat quarterback?
"Boston College is my leader," stated Gillins. "One offer that stands out to me is Wisconsin. I was surprised they offered."
Gillins grew up a Florida State fan, but all signs point to him heading out of state barring a change in his impending decision next week.
The Ribault standout doesn't know if he will take any other trips this summer. He does know where he will go on four of his official visits.
"I'm going to take official visits to Arizona, Boston College, Louisville, and Wisconsin," noted Gillins.
The style of offense will play a key role for Gillins. He is looking for a spread offense that will suit his dynamic skill set.
As a sophomore, he threw for 2,600 yards and 30 touchdowns against seven interceptions.