Toliver pushing through the season

Five-star wide receiver Terrance Toliver is keeping a team attitude.
The 6-foot-4, 185-pound Rivals100 member and highest rated wide receiver in the country would love to be piling on the stats but he says penalties have erased a lot of his big plays. Nonetheless, he's happy with his team's 3-1 record. Aside from that, he's trying to find an open weekend to schedule some more official visits.
"We're 3-1 as a team and that matters," Toliver said. "I was out with a staph infection and I had to miss a game because of that. I've had some big runs like a 75-yard screen pass that got called back. I did have a 50 yard run that I took to the house the other night. That didn't get called back."
Toliver says that the calls once a week haven't slowed one bit. USC, Okalhoma, LSU, Miami, Florida, Nebraska, Clemson, and Tennessee all call. For the most part, the five-star prospect says that he just usually talks to his top five schools.
"I don't have anything set between now and the USC visit," Toliver said. "The USC visit is actually after the playoffs start. If we're in the playoffs, that may not work. I'll have to wait and see on that."
Toliver says that he'd like to visit some schools for a game if at all possible. If not, he says he'll take some official visits in December.
"I'm trying to take every one I can before I decide," he said. "I've got to make it to a game. I want to see some of these teams play."
Toliver is rated as the No. 2 overall prospect in Texas and the No. 10 overall prospect in the country.