Orlando (Fla.) Lake Highland defensive back Ty Law has already racked up two offers, but believes he is on the verge of more.
"West Virginia and N.C. State," Law said of his offers. "I am also getting interest from Clemson, I am trying to get them on board with me. Also, Virginia Tech, South Carolina, and recently I have been trying to get in touch with FIU."
The 5-foot-10, 170-pound cornerback has previously visited Florida, Florida State, South Carolina, and N.C. State over the past few months. He talked about his experience with each school.
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"At all of them, the facilities stood out. The facilities really stood out at South Carolina and Florida. I really liked the coaches at N.C. State, they seemed to like me a whole lot. I like how they singled me out at N.C. State. They also did that at South Carolina. I liked Florida State a lot because they were down-to-earth and I like the fanbase they have up there. Same with Florida," Law said. "All of them have a unique thing, so I like them all."
As for West Virginia, he hopes to make it up to Morgantown in the next few weeks if possible.
"I hope to be visiting West Virginia in the next few weeks so I can make a spring practice, if not the spring game," Law said. "If I don't make it up there during that time then I will pretty soon. I know they like quick athletes and they play with speed, but beyond that I want to get to know more about them."
As a junior, Law had 40 tackles, 5 interceptions, 11 pass breakups, 2 forced fumbles, 3 blocked kicks and 4 fumble recoveries.