Salisbury (Md.) Wicomico quarterback Wayne Warren has four schools leading for his services. The 6-foot-0, 197-pounder has scheduled officials to two of them and is working out trips to the others.
"Pretty much, I've narrowed it down to Rutgers, Pittsburgh, Syracuse and Delaware," he said. "Rutgers and Pittsburgh haven't offered, but they have said I will get an offer when I take my official."
What does Warren like about his finalists?
"These schools have pretty much stuck with me through it all," he said. "From the beginning they've been consistent and they are on this side of the country. My family and friends can drive up to see me play and I can visit them. One other thing I like about these schools is that they are trying to turn the programs around. Rutgers recently did it and Pittsburgh and Syracuse are trying."
The three-star prospect plans to take two visits in the coming weeks.
"My first one to Syracuse will be the last weekend of November, the 30th and then Delaware will be the first weekend in December. I haven't scheduled the other two yet, although I am looking at a Rutgers unofficial soon.
"I just want to go on these visits and watch the coaches coach the game, see their relationship with the players and find some place I'll be comfortable for four or five years."
Warren claims there is not a leader amongst his four finalists despite the fact they are recruiting him for different positions, Pittsburgh, Delaware at quarterback, Syracuse athlete and Rutgers defensive back.
Last month Warren tore his ACL. How is rehab going?
"I got my surgery on the first of November and I'm doing rehab," he said. "Right now I'm getting my range of motion back. I'm on track and should be healthy in five to six months."