Chesapeake (Va.) Grassfield safety Curtis Campbell holds offers from North Carolina and Connecticut, and perhaps not surprisingly, has both schools at the top of his list.
Campbell has been laying low since a camp at UNC earlier this month but he doesn't appear to be on the verge of making a decision.
"I haven't been anywhere since UNC," Campbell said. "It's pretty much the same schools sending me letters of interest and things like that. I'm not sure if I'll go anywhere else this summer. I might go down to South Carolina later on.
"I'm really waiting for my official visits during the season. I don't want to have to use any more of my parents' money for that. I'll probably take officials to Tennessee and UConn, since I couldn't make those trips up there before."
The trip to UConn should be particularly important, as the Huskies find themselves in a good position with the 6-foot-2, 205-pound safety.
"My favorites would probably be UNC and UConn," he said. "I like UNC because I've been down there and checked out the facilities.
"With UConn, me and the coach have been talking a lot. I've got to get up there and check everything out."