A week ago Pahokee, Fla., wide receiver Tamarcus Porter said he was considering a number of schools for his three remaining official visits. Porter now says there are two schools he will likely visit in January.
"I've visited Pitt and Boston College," Porter said. "Pitt is still in it, but I'm not looking at Boston College anymore."
Porter says he will likely take all five official visits.
"I haven't set the others up yet," he said. "But I know who it's between. It's between Wisconsin, Ohio State, Clemson, Virginia, Iowa, Maryland and Wake Forest. Those are the ones I'm thinking about."
Porter said Clemson is the only one that has not offered a scholarship. However Porter will likely visit the Tigers.
"Right now I'm pretty sure I'll visit Clemson and probably Ohio State."
While the Tigers and Buckeyes are favorites to land two of Porter's three remaining official visits, the other schools certainly haven't given up.
"All of them came down to my school or my house this month," Porter said.
The 6-foot-0 and 171-pound Porter had a fine senior season on both sides of the ball. He caught 45 passes and scored 15 times on offense while intercepting five passes on the other side of the ball.