Bradenton (Fla.) Manatee safety Clinton Heaven is hoping to hit the road in the near future for some visits, but nothing is officially scheduled at this point.
"I haven't taken any of my officials yet," Heaven said. "I haven't scheduled anything yet. I have just been talking to the coaches trying to see when is a good time. I am also talking with my family about it. So no dates have been set in stone yet."
At this time, the 6-foot-1, 190-pound defensive back is confident on three stops that he will be making.
"I plan to use all five of my official visits but I don't know them all yet," Heaven said. "I know that three of them will be West Virginia, North Carolina, and Vanderbilt."
The Sunshine State prospect talked about what has the Mountaineers, Tar Heels, and Commodores as schools that stand out to him at this juncture.
"As a group, I just think each school has good academics, a good coaching staff, and they are all in good locations," Heaven said. "I think that each one of them has their own things that I like about them from an individual perspective."
As of today, the three-star prospect says that any one of the schools that are amongst his double-digit offers still have a real chance of luring him on campus if they make a move for his services.
"I don't have a leader at this point," Heaven said. "I am pretty much wide open. Those are just the three that I would say I am more probable to take visits to. But you know how this whole recruiting thing goes, things can change daily."