Four-star athlete Lonnie Pryor (6-1/195) is on a road trip. He and five of his Okeechobee (Fla.) High School football teammates are off to see seven schools in nine days. Tomorrow they head to both Athens and Clemson to see the Bulldogs and Tigers.
"We are having a lot of fun," Pryor said. "I am with my teammates and my coach. We are laughing and bonding so it's been very nice.
"Tomorrow we head to Georgia and Clemson and I am anxious to get to know those coaches, get a feel for those programs and the campuses."
On Saturday Pryor will attend the Auburn senior camp. There, he hopes to get to know the Tiger staff better as well.
Over the summer Pryor took two unofficial visits, one to Gainesville and one to Tampa. He came away impressed with both Florida and South Florida.
"I went to the Florida camp in June and just walked around. I talked with the coaches and had a real nice time.
"USF was fun. I went to their camp on that Saturday night at Raymond James. It was fun and fast. I tell you what coach (Jim) Leavitt was more hyped up then some of the players."
Pryor, who is now down to six schools, still says he has two frontrunners.
"Florida State and LSU are still top two schools. I am going around and looking at everything and everyone. I also like Florida, Auburn, Georgia and Clemson.
Going around and looking at everything."
Pryor says he will officially visit LSU (10-25) when they host Georgia and officially visit Florida State (11-29) when they play Florida. So far those are his only two scheduled visits.
Aside from Georgia, Clemson and Auburn, Pryor and his teammates will see four division two schools.