"We haven't set up any official visits yet," Ft. Wayne (Ind.) Harding wide receiver Selwyn Lymon's father Terry Lymon said. "But his first official visit will be Purdue. Then Ohio State. Then Wisconsin. That will be the chronological order they will take place."
"Michigan is definitely still on his list. I think the three I mentioned, and Michigan, Penn State, and Illinois are the ones he will take a serious look at."
"I've encouraged him to just concentrate on the season at this point."
Through the first five games of his senior season, despite almost constant double coverage, Lymon had five touchdowns.
However Lymon moved to quarterback this past weekend and had a huge night. He threw for 450 yards and five touchdowns. Lymon is expected to continue playing quarterback at least for the next week or two, but is still being recruited as a wide receiver
The 6-foot-4 and 190 pound Lymon caught 47 passes for 1134 yards during his junior season, averaging 24 yards per catch. He scored 13 times.
Lymon is the No. 9 wide receiver prospect in the Rivals.com player rankings and the No. 1
overall prospect in the state of Indiana.