Miami (Fla.) Columbus linebacker Antonio Lowery has already taken two official visits to North Carolina State and Rutgers. The 6-foot-0, 199-pounder appears to have two other schools in mind for visits this month.
"I don't have them scheduled yet, but I'm planning to take visits to Colorado State and Pittsburgh sometime in January," he said. "Colorado State came in recently and began talking to me a lot and I liked what I was hearing so I decided I'd like to check them it. That's about all I know about them now, but I'm expecting an in-home visit soon from the head coach.
"I like the atmosphere and fans at Pittsburgh. Coach Aubrey Hill is a big reason I'm still looking at them because he told me personally the reason they stopped recruiting me was that they had three linebackers commit, but he came back recently and said they are really interested. I like coach Hill a lot he's a cool person."
The three-star prospect went on to talk about the Wolfpack and Scarlet Knights.
"I like both of those schools because they get a lot of players from Florida," he said. "They are also really good colleges that have up and coming football programs."
Lowery isn't sure about a fifth official, but said if no one else comes he plans to take the last visit to Florida A&M.
The No. 58 outside linebacker in the country has heard less from schools including Michigan State, Minnesota and Boston College.
"They are all good programs and are still in contact with me, but their attention has dropped off a little bit as of late."