Sweat keeping in touch

One of the Mid-Atlantic's top recruits in 2015 is Josh Sweat. At the Rivals250 Underclassmen Challenge Presented by Under Armour the defensive end from Chesapeake (Va.) Oscar Smith talked about which schools he is keeping in touch with.
"The process has kind of slowed down," said the 6-foot-4, 223-pound Sweat. "I'm really just focusing on working hard and bettering the team by bettering myself. I just worried about the season now.
"Things are going very well with Florida State and Virginia Tech," he said. "I'm keeping in touch with them. They're all really nice coaches. I'm building a good comfort level with them. I was out at Virginia Tech for one of their camps
"Ole Miss keeps in touch a lot," Sweat said. "Massachusetts recently offered. Virginia Tech, Florida State and the other schools that have offered are the ones that keep in touch. I really don't know which school will be the next to offer."
Recently, Rivals100 five-star defensive tackle Andrew Brown, a teammate of Sweat's, committed to Virginia. Brown, the nation's top defensive tackle, has said he will recruit other players to join him in Charlottesville.
"Personally, I don't know much about Virginia because they haven't offered yet," he said. "Andrew is my man and I wish him the best. He isn't really on me about Virginia."
The season is inching closer and closer and Sweat is running out of time to take more visits.
"I don't have any other visits planned but I'd like to see Florida State and probably Tennessee before the season starts," he said.
Sweat was one of the top performers at the Rivals250 Underclassmen Challenge Presented by Under Armour.