There are no hard timetables or strict announcement plans when it comes to the recruitment of Georgia Military College cornerback Quintavious Knight. He'd rather just let things unfold in front of him. He's not much for making plans.
That doesn't change the fact that a decision is coming sometime in the near future. It's just that nobody, even Knight himself, knows when to expect it.
"I'm going to at least this next visit to Kansas State this weekend visit before I commit," Knight said. "Maybe a few more. I'm going to let it play out."
Knight's upcoming K-State trip is all-important. The Wildcats join Marshall on his shortlist of finalists. He's already taken a trip to Marshall and gotten to the lay of the land there, leaving to up to Bill Snyder's program to steal the top spot this weekend.
Knight is entering the trip with an open mind.
"Right now it's just Marshall and Kansas State," Knight said. "Marshall won me over at the time with the visit. I can get on the field early there. There's a great coach-player relationship there. Marshall offers everything that I would like for my next school.
"Kansas State is the same way from what I've heard on the phone, so this visit is going to have to separate the two."
As for other visits, just one possibility remains. It's far from set in stone and could depend on how things go in Manhattan. There may or may not be one more trip to take. Then, Knight may already be committed by the time he gets the chance to finalize anything on that front.
"They're talking about me going to Troy, but I'm not sure yet," he said. "I might make my decision before then."
Knight, a three-star prospect and the 60th-ranked player in the Rivals JUCO100, claims a total of nine scholarship offers.