Rivals100 athlete Riley Cooper now has four official visits scheduled. Who has landed the No. 62 player in the country's four visits and who is in line for the last official?
"We're getting ready to go to Florida Saturday and then we have Oklahoma State later, Tennessee and Texas both in October," said Riley's father, Larry Cooper. "We're going to save the fifth official and it could be Auburn, Georgia or Notre Dame. We just want to see how these trips go."
The 6-foot-4, 208-pounder is looking at playing both baseball and football in college and that is what made him settle on all the schools.
"They all have great football and baseball and have been heavily recruiting him all summer," he said. "They really made a real hard effort for us and they are top programs. You can't get much better than those."
Cooper wasn't sure if his son has taken notice of Notre Dame's impressive 2-0 start.
"That's a good question if he's looking at them more, I know they've contacted us a lot about going up there," he said. "Coach Weis and his staff do a great job and they want him bad. The only weakness with Notre Dame is their baseball isn't top notch and Riley wasn't to go to a good baseball school."
This weekend the No. 6 player in Florida is staying in-state for his first official to Gainesville.
"We went there for an unofficial last year and this time we want to get deeper into the academics, campus, living accommodations and a lot more into the baseball program."