Junior defensive back Ronald Geohaghan of Allendale Fairfax (S.C.) is in absolutely no hurry to name his leaders.
The reason for that is simple.
"It's still kind of early in the process for me," Geohaghan told Rivals.com. "I'm expecting to get some more offers."
Thus far, the 6-foot, 185-pound safety has offers from Clemson, Duke, East Carolina, Illinois, Kentucky, North Carolina, N.C. State, Pittsburgh, South Carolina, Tulane, Vanderbilt and Wake Forest.
"Wake Forest came by last week," Geohaghan said. "We're on Spring Break, but Clemson is coming [Thursday]. Alabama said they're coming this spring. Pitt is coming, along with Illinois, N.C. State and North Carolina. Georgia Tech and Florida Atlantic also are coming by. "
The Crimson Tide might be a program to watch.
Chris Rumph, an Alabama assistant involved in Geohaghan's recruitment, knows the player well from Rumph's recent stint as a member of the staff at Clemson.
"They really like my film," Geohaghan said. "They want me to come down for a camp. The guy recruiting me, he knows my style of play. He just got to see my junior film. It would be pretty big [to get a Tide offer]. If Coach Rumph gets a chance to come see me, I think he'll probably extend an offer."
Alabama isn't the only school from which Geohaghan badly wants an offer.
"I'm kind of waiting on Georgia Tech," he said. "They were supposed to be my second offer. That's what I was hearing from everybody. It kind of never came. I'm still waiting. They said they'd come down for spring ball and evaluate me."
On Wednesday, Geohaghan said three programs were recruiting him the hardest.
"Right now, I'd have to say it's Clemson, N.C. State and South Carolina," Geohaghan said. "They're on me kind of hard."
Does that mean those three have a good shot at making Geohaghan's first cut, whenever that might be? He isn't saying.
"I," Geohaghan said, "still want to evaluate everybody."