Oakland Park (Fla.) Northeast four-star wide receiver Stacy Coley as well as numerous other South Florida prospects are taking part in a tour of several schools around the Southeast currently.
The tour began in Athens, Ga. on Friday Night for Georgia's annual Dawg Night event.
"I really didn't do too much," Coley said. "It was really just a good opportunity to learn more about them. It is a nice school with nice facilities. It seemed like a nice place to be."
The 6-foot-1, 175-pound wide receiver hasn't dealt a great deal with the staff at Georgia.
"I haven't dealt with them a lot," Coley said. "I just went up there because I was with the other people on this trip and because I wanted to see what they were all about."
After visiting Georgia, the Rivals100 wide receiver and his teammates hit the road for Clemson.
"We just visited the weight room, the locker room, and stuff like that," Coley said. "It is like what they have been telling me. It is a nice place with great facilities. It is a good place to play football."
The Clemson staff was on vacation at the time of their visit, so Coley and his fellow tourmates were unable to meet with Dabo Swinney. They did get some attention from Clemson football team staff though.
"They gave us some good motivation," Coley said. "They also told us some stuff about Clemson. It was another good visit."
The tour for Coley and company continues with Vanderbilt on Sunday followed by Tennessee, possibly Ole Miss, and then a trip to LSU and Florida State. Coley talked about the primary reason why he is taking part in the tour.
"I am really going to every school looking to learn more about them," Coley said. "I am just looking, keeping my eyes open, and taking it all in."
Amongst the tour stops for Coley is a school that he says is currently showing him the most attention.
"I am hearing the most from Florida State right now," Coley said. "I hear a lot from Coach (Eddie) Gran. He is just saying that they would love to have me in Tallahassee and that it would be a good fit for me. He is telling me how they are recruiting and who they have for 2013. Stuff like that. They have given me a lot of feedback and a lot of love.
"I am looking forward to seeing them this week," Coley added.
While the Seminoles have been very active in showing Coley attention, he doesn't claim them as a leader or even amongst his favorites.
"I am just going through the process," Coley said. "I don't have a favorite or leaders or anything like that. I am just going through the process. I don't plan to make my decision until Signing Day.
"As more offers come in, I will visit schools that I haven't been to yet so when I get ready to decide I can compare everybody," Coley added.
Coley said he intends to take all five of his official visits before making a decision.
His offer list currently includes Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Louisville, Marshall, Miami, Nebraska, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Purdue, South Carolina, South Florida, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, and West Virginia.
Other prospects on the tour with Coley include Hialeah (Fla.) three-star linebacker George Williams, Hialeah (Fla.) three-star defensive tackle Jerrol Mobley, Miami (Fla.) North three-star cornerback Troy McCollum, Hialeah (Fla.) defensive tackle Roderick Stephens, Hialeah (Fla.) rising junior quarterback Alin Edouard, Plantation (Fla.) American Heritage rising junior running back Henry Bussey, and Oakland Park (Fla.) Northeast rising junior offensive lineman Harry Dumervil.