Washington (D.C.) Dunbar wide receiver Daniel Adams has put recruiting on the backburner. However, the 6-foot-3, 200-pounder is beginning to contemplate official visits and knows one school that'll get a trip.
"I know I'm going to be taking an official to Virginia," he said. "I still have to figure out the next four. I have no idea when or what game I'll go to.
"Virginia is one of the top schools and I think they are the top school on my list right now. They are close to home, not too far away, a big-time program and they get a lot of TV time."
Adams holds offers from Illinois, Marshall, New Mexico, Temple and West Virginia as well.
Currently the three-star prospect is waiting out the process to see who else will come in.
"There are a lot of schools watching me," he said. "Florida, Miami, North Carolina, Rutgers, Ohio and Cincinnati are all asking for me to send film.
"I think Maryland is the closest to offering. They said if I came to camp they were going to offer, I just never went to any camp. I never had a ride and that kind of hurt me.
"That's why I haven't committed though. I'm sitting back and waiting to see what my best options are to go to school."
Adams is busy with practice and is preparing for the season opener this Friday when Dunbar faces Chicago, Illinois' Dunbar program away.
"That's a big-time matchup," he said. "I'm looking to have a big game there. We don't know too much about them, but I think we can take them.
"Practice is going well. We've been working hard and getting better. I'm seeing a big improvement in my game. Confidence wise I'm making plays and I see it's easier, everything is becoming easier."