Mount Dora (Fla.) athlete Vegas Harley is awaiting his first offer, but that doesn't mean schools aren't interested. The talented Sunshine State athlete has heard from a number of schools including Alabama, Florida, Florida State, North Carolina, and Central Florida.
Recently, most of the communication with him and his coach has been about getting him on campus for a Junior Day visit.
"Florida State, Miami, and USF have all been trying to get me on campus for an unofficial visit," Harley said.
This past Saturday, the 6-foot, 180-pound athlete took in a Junior Day at the University of Florida.
"The whole coaching staff is just so enthusiastic and fun to be around," Harley said. "It was just fun being there. I had a really good time."
While on campus, Will Muschamp and company told Harley about where they project him being used on the field.
"They like me as a defensive back for the most part and probably a little bit of wildcat," Harley said.
As a junior, Harley threw for 1,261 yards and 14 touchdowns while also rushing for 1,837 yards and 15 touchdowns, and he would like to remain at quarterback in college. He is realistic though and realizes that may not be a possibility.
"I'd like to play quarterback, but I know that may not be the case everywhere," Harley said.
With one visit under his belt already, he will hit the road again this weekend for another in-state Junior Day.
"I am going to Florida State on Saturday," Harley said. "I haven't really talked to them much, my coach has been."
When it comes time to decide, for Harley it is about finding the right home away from home.
"I want to find a place where I enjoy being at," Harley said. "I want to have a good relationship with the coaching staff and be able to see myself going to that school and attending that University."