It is a busy time for many of the nation's top prospects as their schedules are filled with official visits and coaches are coming by for in-home appearances.
With all of that going on, naturally it is a time of flux. Cleveland (Ohio) Shaker Heights offensive tackle Henry Conway took his first official visit over the weekend and so far everything has remained constant. With everything that he has coming up, however, that is certainly going to change.
"I took an official visit to Cincinnati," he confirmed. "It was a great visit. They have good people, a good school and a good city. I definitely liked the coaches.
"I got to spent a lot of time with coach (Jeff) Quinn and I talked to coach (Brian) Kelly. They both seem like good guys. Cincinnati's definitely up there with the other schools."
Conway has scheduled official visits to Michigan (January 9), Michigan State (January 16), Illinois (January 23) and Boston College (January 31) on his birthday.
Boston College and Michigan State have led the other schools recruiting Conway for quite some time. Did the visit to Cincinnati change that?
"I've still got Boston College and Michigan State at the top," Conway said. "But I really like Cincinnati and Illinois, too.
"As far as Michigan goes, they've run my film past coach (Rich) Rodriguez a couple of times. I'm just waiting for his decision. I guess he's waiting on somebody else."
Conway said Miami was very interested for a short period of time but the Hurricanes do not plan on extending an offer.