Orange Park (Fla.) is still alive in the playoffs, so linebacker Terrance Plummer remains focused on the field. When his season does conclude, the 6-foot-1, 220-pound linebacker plans to turn his focus towards his recruitment and sort out an array of offers.
"I haven't taken any visits yet," Plummer said. "I know I am going to take a visit to South Florida in January, as well as one to UConn in January, and one to Vanderbilt in December hopefully. I haven't figured out my next two yet.
"I think I might go to Middle Tennessee," Plummer added. "I am still picking up offers, I just picked up one from Cincinnati and FAU recently, so I am still evaluating everyone. I don't really have a top five yet."
Plummer's current offer list consists of Arkansas, Cincinnati, Connecticut, Florida Atlantic, Florida International, Middle Tennessee, North Carolina State, South Florida, Southern Miss, Troy, UCF, and Vanderbilt. So far, he has seen a pair of those schools.
"I have taken an unofficial visit to South Florida and Troy," Plummer said. "I went to Troy over the summer for a workout. I went to South Florida for a game, when they played earlier this season."
He talked a bit about each of those trips.
"Troy was a great experience," Plummer said. "They brought me to come work out with a lot of other kids and stuff. They brought me in to talk to the head coach and talked to me about how they really want me to come to Troy. They told me I am number one on their board."
"At South Florida we got to do a little recruiting experience where we came down to the field and took us to the locker room to meet the coaches and stuff," Plummer said. "I had already met the staff this summer when I attended SuperBull, which was good. I showcased my stuff and they really liked me."
At this point, the three-star linebacker said that he doesn't have a leader but a trio of schools are standing out amongst the entire list.
"I don't really, but I would probably say those three I am definitely taking a visit to - South Florida, Vanderbilt, and UConn - are probably my top three," Plummer said. "They are all basically the same right now."
When it comes time to decide, Plummer knows what he wants in the school he opts for.
"It is going to come down to the atmosphere, the coaches, and a good education system at the school just in case football doesn't work out in the long term," Plummer said. "It will also matter how close it is to home, because I don't want to be far away."
Plummer and Orange Park face Sanford (Fla.) Seminole in the regional finals this Friday.
Academically, Plummer is fully qualified after taking both the SAT and ACT.