Rivals100 cornerback A.J. Wallace out of Pomfret (Md.) McDonough hasn't scheduled his last two official visits, but he knows it's probably between five schools. Who is competing for the last two spots of the No. 52 player in the country?
"It's down between Miami, Penn State, Florida, LSU and Southern Cal," he said. "Penn State is really new to my list as they just came down to one of my games recently and told my dad they enjoyed it. They are looking for me to play running back. Coach Norwood and Johnson are recruiting me and I like that they are easy to talk to and really up front."
The champion Trojans have also come on strong for the 6-foot-1, 195-pounder.
"I'm starting to get contact from USC and they want me to send highlight tape of this year to see where I'd fit in," he said. "I was happy to hear from them because they're a great team. If they do offer, more than likely I'll seriously look and consider them. It seems like a pretty good chance to me to get an offer from them."
Previously Oklahoma and Tennessee were still being looked at by Wallace, but they have since dropped from his list.
The four-star prospect did confirm he plans to decide on the other two visits by December hopefully and make an official decision at the Army All-American game.
The postseason is about to just kick off for the McDonough Rams this Friday.
"I think our team is really starting to come together and we're serious," he said. "I'm focused after completing a decent season with 1,900 yards rushing, 270 yards receiving, 28 total touchdowns and three interceptions on defense."