TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – D’Sean Perry may not have left Florida State’s prospect camp with an offer in tow, but his performance was enough to get the attention of the FSU coaches and anyone else that happened to be watching him work out. The three-star defensive end has an impressive frame for a high school lineman and was one of the standouts of the camp’s first two days.

That’s all to say it’s no wonder the Miami Gulliver Prep prospect holds scholarship offers from a long list of major programs. The list is impressive. It’s also one Perry is starting to narrow down.

“I don’t really have any favorites, but I think Virginia would be a favorite,” he said over the weekend. “Virginia, Oregon and Florida, I think. Those would be some of the favorites.”

Perry is open to all comers, however, and hopes to land more offers in the months ahead. At the same time, he’s also at peace with the options he has should nothing on that front shake. It’s why he’ll begin to take closer looks at his frontrunners this summer.

“I’m trying to visit Oregon, but the only thing I have set is my official to Virginia for June 22,” Perry said. “That’s the only one I have set.”

Visits to both Florida and Oregon among other schools will likely follow in time. For now, though, Perry is focused on trip No. 1, which will give head coach Bronco Mendenhall’s Cavaliers a chance to solidify their standing as a major player in the process.

“They look at me as a priority at Virginia,” Perry said. “They want me to play outside linebacker and they think they can develop me into the best player I can be.”