Plant City (Fla.) cornerback Sam Green broke his leg in his team's season-opener in early September. With being sidelined for the past six weeks, the defensive back has been getting things in order so he could hit the road and start taking visits.
"I just did my stuff with the (NCAA) Clearinghouse so I am getting ready to set those up," Green said. "I plan to go see Kentucky, Cincinnati, Rutgers, and Memphis. I haven't scheduled any dates. I think I am going to do that on Thursday."
Those are the three-star prospects top four schools and he talked about why they stand out at this time.
"They are all good schools education-wise and I feel I would get a real opportunity to play," Green said.
In order to figure out which one fits him, the 6-foot-1, 195-pound defensive back is going to do some in-depth research and try to get a personal feel for each of them during his visits.
"I don't have a leader, not right now," Green said. "I am just looking at their websites and checking out everything about the school to find where I fit best."
Academically, Green has a 2.5 GPA and earned a 17 on the ACT.
He is hoping to return for the final two games of the regular season, but said it will depend upon gaining medical clearance.