Tere Calloway had a great official visit to Nevada last weekend but before the Seattle (Wash.) Seattle Prep cornerback makes any decisions he's still waiting to hear more from a few programs.
No doubt, though, that Nevada impressed him and it's under serious consideration from the three-star prospect.
"I really liked my visit up there," Calloway said. "It was my second time being there and that's the only school I've visited twice so far. While I was out there I spent a lot of time with basically the entire coaching staff and they made it clear I'm their top guy. They want me to come in and compete as a freshman.
"I was at the game when they played San Diego State and lost in overtime. I think they do need help in the secondary and they'd like me to play cornerback there. That's something I think I project best at as far as thinking ahead for the NFL. It's a fit I definitely like and I like the coaches that are recruiting me."
Calloway, a 5-foot-11, 185-pound recruit who looked good this summer at the B2G Elite Camp, said he's planning to visit Southern Mississippi but has not yet figured penciled in a date. It all depends when Calloway gets a full weekend to go and that could be after the season.
Colorado State, Temple and SMU are also under serious consideration for visits and Calloway said he's been hearing more from Kentucky, Louisville and Wake Forest so he wants to wait a little longer to see if those schools get more involved.
The plan is to hold off on a commitment until at least December or possibly January so the Seattle Prep standout has time to let things play out.
"I'm actually not planning to make a decision until sometime in December or possibly January," Calloway said. "I still have some visits to take and I've been talking to some new schools."
Rivals.com rates Calloway as the seventh-best prospect in the Washington state rankings.