Lake City (Fla.) Columbia five-star offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil visited Alabama, Florida, and Georgia in early-to-mid June. Since those trips, the 6-foot-6, 295-pound offensive lineman hasn't left home. He says he is likely done with summer visits.
"I have nothing coming up that I know of," Tunsil said. "I think the next thing for me is going to be official visits pretty much. I know I want to take an official visit to Alabama, LSU, USC, Oklahoma, and Ole Miss."
With regards to in-state schools and a nearby school such as Georgia, Tunsil explains why they are not in the plans when it comes to official visits.
"I don't need to because I have been there so many times," Tunsil said. "I can also go there again if I need with them being close to here."
At this stage of the process, the No. 1 offensive tackle in the 2013 class says that three schools are standing out. He just isn't quick to name the trio.
"I really have a top three but I don't want it to get out there yet," Tunsil said. "The three schools that are standing out are all places that I am real close with the coaches. That relationship is a big part of that. I like the playbook as well.
"The top three are all even," Tunsil added. "I don't really have a leader."
In mid-June, Tunsil stated that his top three were Alabama, Florida, and Georgia.
With regards to a decision, the elite prospect doesn't expect to make an announcement until the calendar reads 2013.
"Probably around Signing Day," Tunsil said.
Tunsil will participate in the U.S. Army All-American Game in San Antonio this coming January.