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Handful of schools stand out to Victor

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- Binjimen Victor is not exactly in need of exposure. The junior wide receiver is already toting around more than 20 scholarship offers and most FBS programs are aware of his skill set.
Victor doesn't name official "leaders' per se, but he certainly doesn't mind rattling off the names of a few schools that have piqued his interest. The 2016 prospect has plenty of time to sort things out. What he's working with now is a simple blueprint.
"I really don't have any favorites, but a few schools that are standing out are Ohio State, Tennessee, Louisville, Auburn, Ole Miss and Notre Dame," Victor said. "It's basically schools like that."
And so the process of planning unofficial visits is under way. Victor's recruitment is, of course, an evolving situation. That said, things are slowly coming together.
"I don't have anything scheduled for right now, but in the summer I should be headed out to LSU and Ole Miss and schools like that," Victor said.
As for what he's in search of, the Coconut Creek (Fla.) High School standout tosses out the all too familiar right-fit cliché. He also points out that distance from home isn't likely to be an issue. Victor will have no problem exploring a new area of the country if need be.
"My mom and I already decided that any school that is good for me would work no matter where it is," Victor said. "We're just really looking for a college that fits me. I need a good connection with the coaching staff."
The 6-foot-4 Victor caught 44 passes for 811 yards as a junior at Coconut Creek. Rivals.com ranks him as the No. 27 wide receiver and the No. 132 overall prospect in the class of 2016.