After a 1-3 start to the season, Miami (Fla.) Dr. Krop High School is looking to make some adjustments and get back on track. One of the senior prospects hoping to lead the way back into the win column is inside linebacker Quanthony Fletcher.
"We're not doing that good but I'm still doing my thing," Fletcher said. "I'm trying to get the team up so we can win some games. We're trying. We switched up a lot of stuff this week for when we play against American. We're going to try a lot of different things."
Though he missed the first game of the season with an ankle injury, Fletcher has been making a big impact on the field ever since his return. His play continues to garner interest from colleges and Fletcher has already set up one official visit.
"I'm going to Purdue on like the 25th," he said. "I'm going there on the 25th of October. I like the school and I'm going to go up there and see how the campus is and all that, the coaching and everything like that."
While Purdue has been showing heavy interest in Fletcher, three other schools that he would love to visit have been less active.
"I want to go to Georgia or Georgia Tech but they're not showing me a lot of interest," he said. "The ones I really want to go to haven't offered me yet, like Georgia Tech and West Virginia."
Fletcher talked about why Georgia, Georgia Tech and West Virginia are high on his list.
"I want to go to Georgia Tech because it's a technical school and I want to major in engineering," he said. "I've always liked Georgia growing up and West Virginia, I've always had a good relationship with their coaches and I like their coaching staff."