A popular name at the tight end position in recent months has been Citra (Fla.) North Marion's Sean Price. Even though numerous schools are pursuing him, he remains committed to the same program he pledged to five months ago.
"I am still committed to USF," Price said.
While he remains committed to Skip Holtz' Bulls, he admits that he hasn't shut the door on other opportunities.
"I would say my eyes are very wide open," Price said of how firm his commitment is. "I just want to take some time to think about it and there are a lot of colleges that are offering me the same, if not better, choices."
At this point in the process, the Rivals250 prospect has yet to hit the road and check out any colleges officially.
"I haven't taken any official visits yet," Price said. "I am planning to take my visits after the season when it is not so rushed."
He knows of a few destinations he plans to see after his team's playoff run has concluded.
"I think I am still going to Miami in December," Price said. "I know I want to see Miami, Tennessee, Arkansas, and Alabama. Those are the visits that I want to take."
The 6-foot-4, 232-pound tight end says his final decision will likely come at the end of the process.
"I think my final decision will come around Signing Day," Price said.
On his senior season, Price has 24 receptions for 506 yards and five touchdowns. He is now just 41 receiving yards shy of 2,000 career yards in his high school career.