Rivals250 safety Ronald Geohaghan of Allendale Fairfax (S.C.) appears to be in no rush to commit. Right now, he is focused on six schools: Clemson, Duke, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Pittsburgh and South Carolina.
"I want to look at these schools from top to bottom [before making a decision]," Geohaghan said. "I want to look at everything - their history, certain statistics and graduation rates."
All told, the 6-foot, 185-pounder holds 19 offers.
Here is what he likes about each of his leaders:
Clemson - "I've visited that school the most. I like how they try to use their defensive backs. They try to make them more versatile than other schools. I think I really fit into their scheme."
Duke - "They've got a great overall education and [head coach David Cutcliffe] is on the verge of doing great things with the program."
North Carolina - "Coach Butch Davis has a history of putting guys in the first round. And they also make sure about you getting a degree."
North Carolina State - "It's close to home and I like the facilities there. They have a great engineering school, and I'm looking into that for a major."
Pittsburgh - "I really like everything. They have a lot of exposure to the National Football League with the Steelers right next door. They share the same facilities."
South Carolina - "It's in the SEC, which is one of the best conferences in the country. They have a lot of great players, like Alshon Jeffery, Marcus Lattimore and Jadeveon Clowney. I think they're going to make a big impact in the SEC."
What's next for Geohaghan?
"I'm going to Clemson tomorrow for a camp," he said.