Prescod still waiting on Auburn offer

After turning in a strong showing at the Atlanta stop of the Rivals Camp Series presented by Under Armour, three-star Decatur (Ga.) Columbia offensive lineman Terronne Prescod has seen his recruitment continue to pick up.
The most recent school to jump on board with an offer for the 6-foot-5, 336-pound Prescod is Louisville.
"I don't really know a whole lot about them but I'm learning," Prescod said. "[Tight ends] Coach [Sherrone] Moore is pretty cool. We've been talking a little bit. They want to recruit me to play tackle. They think I could play wide and be a good asset."
Prescod has played most of his career at guard, but some schools like him at center while others see him as a guard or tackle.
"I'm used to playing guard but I'll be playing tackle for my team this fall," he said. "I'm trying to be versatile so I can play at the next level."
While Louisville is the latest school in, Prescod said Auburn and [/tm]Marshall[/tm] continue to push him the hardest. Despite the heavy interest from the Tigers, they still haven't pulled the trigger on a scholarship offer.
"I think if they come up to my spring game that's when they'll offer," he said. "If not, I think it will be during their camp. They really want to see me move. They know how big I am but I think they want to see me in action."
Prescod said Auburn waiting to offer, "bothers me a little," but he said if he has to go to camp and compete for a scholarship, he will.
"I like competition and I like to show what I got," he said. "I'm planning on going to camp for sure."
Prescod was in Auburn recently during spring practice and came away very impressed with the Tigers new offense.
"I got to see their offense and they move fast and play up-tempo," he said. "They get in, get out and intensity is high. You have to have a high motor to play in that offense and be in great shape and those are things I'm working on."
Even though they haven't offered the Tigers are still Prescod's favorite.
"I love their campus and when I go there it feels like a family," he said. "They're going to be near the top when they offer."
While he's focused on spring football now, Prescod said he's loading up his summer schedule with plenty of camps and unofficial visits.
"I'm trying to get to Georgia, Georgia Tech, Ole Miss, Auburn and Alabama," he said. "I want to get as many offers as I can so I can have options before I make my final decision."