Rivals100 safety Chris Culliver has apparently narrowed his list once again. The 6-foot-0, 188-pounder out of Garner, N.C. confirmed he is down to three schools, but says no one leads amongst the group.
"My choices are Clemson, South Carolina and Florida," he said. "Nobody is leading right now, I just want to get to know all those schools better and take my official visits to make the best decision for me."
The four-star prospect has yet to schedule any officials, but is working on it.
"I'm trying to wait until after the season and then I'll talk to the coaches," he said. "I think I'm going to try to talk to Doc Holliday about setting one up in December either right before or after the Shrine Bowl. I also want to take officials to the other two schools possibly in December."
What makes the three programs stand out to Culliver?
"Really it comes down to the relationship," he said. "All those schools really want me. I felt that way particularly from coach Holliday.
"Specifically, I like Florida and who wouldn't want to go there. Clemson is very focused on me too. The coaches say they are only taking one safety and I'm the one they want. As for South Carolina, they want me to play wide receiver. That's something I really liked playing when I was younger and I still love to play on the offensive side of the ball. I've got to see what fits me best."
The no. 4 player in the Tar Heel State hopes to make a decision before Signing Day.
"Hopefully I'll be able to announce it no later than the All-American game," he said. "I wouldn't mind announcing it earlier if it comes maybe at the Shrine Bowl."