Quinn takes in the process

Lake Charles (La.) Barbe Rivals250 presented by Under Armour wide receiver Trey Quinn has been busy in the offseason between recruiting trips and camps. He visited or camped at Clemson, Auburn, and LSU during the summer months, and was able to get a better feel for the environments surrounding each program.
Clemson and Auburn stops both received high praise from Quinn, and his final stop of the summer also received high marks from the standout receiver.
"I had a great visit at LSU," Quinn said. "There is always an abundance of great athletes and tough competition at their July camp, and this year was no exception. I also had a great meeting with the coaches and Coach Miles in particular, and they emphasized that they want me there."
Quinn continues to feel out the recruiting process. There has been speculation that one or two programs are beginning to standout; however, Quinn is not ready to make that jump.
In late June he narrowed his list to LSU, Clemson, Texas Tech, Ole Miss, Auburn, Texas, Oklahoma State, and Notre Dame. Currently the above schools remain in the mix and Vanderbilt has also entered the picture.
When it comes to visits, he does not have any official visits scheduled. However, he does have a few unofficial visits in mind.
"I would like to see Clemson's opener against Georgia for an unofficial visit, as Clemson prefers me to take my official visit there after the season," Quinn said. "I have seen a lot of LSU due to its proximity, and I am sure I will try to make some of their games this fall too.
"I would like to focus on my season and not be distracted, so I do not plan on doing much traveling during the fall."
As the season approaches there has been some talk of a possible preseason decision. Quinn does not discount the possibility, but is not ready to set a timetable.
"I am hoping to decide soon, but this has been a very difficult process," Quinn said. "I am blessed to have several really great choices, and I am just trying to figure out where is the best fit for me."