In the past couple weeks, Salisbury (Md.) Wicomico quarterback Wayne Warren has taken in one more camp. The 6-foot-0, 197-pounder headed to the SEC to stop by Auburn.
"I went to Auburn on July 18th," he said. "It was a really nice visit. I enjoyed myself and the coaches were good. I got to talk to some of the players too and just go around the college. The atmosphere down there is all football which is real nice."
What did Warren do on his trip to Auburn?
"Pretty much I got there and worked on some things and after that did quarterback drills," he said. "At the end of the day I did one-on-ones and overall I think I did ok. I could have done a lot better.
"The coaches didn't say too much to me. I talked to my recruiter, coach Willis and he said great things."
Currently Warren claims an offer from the Tigers along with numerous other schools.
"I have more of a verbal from Auburn from my understanding I had it for awhile," he said. "I picked up an offer from Delaware and have offers from Stanford and Syracuse too.
"I'm also being heavily recruited by Iowa, Towson, Connecticut and Virginia. They all say they are interested and think highly of me as a quarterback. I think they just want some more time to think about it."
The two-star prospect has no visits planned in the near future and instead claims he's looking towards officials now.
"I know I'll be taking my officials, but it's kind of hard to say who they'll be to," he said. "I haven't really started scheduling them yet."
Do any colleges lead for Warren?
"Not really, nobody sticks out and I'm keeping my options open. I am hoping to decide by early to midseason," he said. "I'm just looking for first of all a great education. I want somewhere I can learn something and graduate with a great degree. I would also like a good team where I can compete for a spot."
Warren and Wicomico start two-a-days on August 15th.