Summer is coming to a close and three-star offensive guard Quinton Sales out of Fort Washington (Md.) Friendly is looking at taking a couple more visits. Where is the 6-foot-2, 278-pounder planning to go in the near future?
"I might be attending camps at Akron and Delaware at the end of the month," he said. "Besides that, the recruiting process has been slowing down. I still have five offers from Connecticut, Wake Forest, Akron, Buffalo and Kent."
Two other schools are mentioning the possibility of offering.
"Boston College says they want to see film from my first few games along with Illinois."
Right now, Sales claims there are no leaders.
"Everybody is dead even, I'm open as far a schools to anybody," he said. "Playing time is big for me, but education is No. 1. I want to major in political science. Hopefully for playing time I can go somewhere I can get in as a sophomore or possibly even play as a true freshman. One other important thing for me is tradition."
In the meantime, the No. 36 offensive guard in the country is preparing for the upcoming season.
"My team is doing some seven-on-sevens and I'm just working out Monday through Thursday," he said. "I'm doing regular conditioning and running. We officially start two-a-days on August 15th. Already, I can see an improvement in my play. My feet are better and I'm getting more leverage."