Nokesville (Va.) Kettle Run athlete Josh Tapscott was committed to Boston College earlier this spring. However, the 5-foot-8, 183-pounder de-committed early in the summer and is evaluating his options.
"The only offer I have is Ohio University," he said. "Boston College offered and I committed, but when I de-committed I don't have an offer from them anymore."
Tapscott plans to start going out on trips now that he's fully healthy.
"I haven't been anywhere cause I got mono," he said. "I've been out since the beginning of June and I'm back now."
Tapscott discussed where he is looking to take a few trips.
"I might hit the James Madison camp and Old Dominion camp in the next two weeks," he said. "I went to Wake Forest on Sunday. They are planning to continue to talk to me and watch me during my senior year."
With the process restarting, Tapscott claims he is wide open.
"I'm open," he said. "I'm just curious about a lot of schools and we'll see what happens. I'm going to Ohio on the 26th and I'm going to take a tour and see what it's like there."
Being open, Tapscott broke down what he is looking for again.
"I want a good education and just want an atmosphere I'll feel good at," he said.
The tailback posted 206 carries for 1,370-yards and 18 touchdowns last season. He added 16 receptions for 300-yards and four more scores as well as four kickoff returns for touchdowns.