Things haven't changed much during the latter part of the summer for Rivals250 defensive end Cortez Myles.
The Madison (Miss.) Central prospect still has two SEC programs at the top of his list.
"Nothing has changed," Myles said. "It's still Auburn and South Carolina at the top. It's the same thing. There is no leader between the top teams."
LSU and Florida are two other schools that are recruiting Myles that have gotten his attention.
The Gamecocks continue to be aggressive in their pursuit of the 6-foot-3, 255-pound lineman.
"Right now, it's still South Carolina (that is recruiting me the hardest," Myles said.
South Carolina running backs coach Robert Gillespie is recruiting Myles for the Gamecocks.
Myles said he plans to make a visit to South Carolina this fall.
Myles, the nation's No. 16 strongside defensive end prospect, and his teammates start practice on Monday.