Three-star cornerback Dominique Noble is largely focused on the upcoming season and practice. However, the 6-foot-2, 187-pounder made a significant cut to his list as he is focused on two schools now.
"I haven't been able to get anywhere in the past month," he said. "I planned on going to Georgia Tech, but something happened. I wasn't able to get to Penn State either. I'm playing it by ear with my mom."
Noble claims that he is down to those two schools.
"I got it down to two schools, Penn State and Georgia Tech," he said. "Penn State is a great school and the coaches are good. They are a winning team in a great conference.
"I went up to Georgia Tech a couple months ago and I fell in love with the coaches, it was really cool."
The Mount Ulla (N.C.) West Rowan prospect is eyeing at least one official coming up.
"I'm going to get up to Georgia Tech on September 4th, I think that's an official," he said. "I just want to see the campus life and get a feel for it. Last time I went nobody was on campus. I want to see the players and coaches."
Noble maintains he is not completely shutting out other teams, but is primarily focused on these two schools at this time.
In the meantime, the No. 21 corner in the country is preparing for the upcoming season.
"We just had two scrimmages on Thursday and Friday," he said. "I did really well and I notice from doing 7-on-7's and going to camps, I'm a lot more physical in my jamming, I'm sticking people. I'm also coming up and make tackles. I've improved a lot.
"I just want to go out this year and prove I'm Division I-A certified. I'm going to be playing lockdown on any receiver on my side."