There is no rest for the weary and the blue-chip football recruits. Just ask Roanoke (Va.) Northside linebacker Justin London about that.
Hours after getting home from his official visit to Maryland this past weekend, college coaches were sitting in his home for an in-home visit. And the parade of coaches hasn't stopped yet.
"I had Maryland and Virginia Tech in tonight," London said on Wednesday. "The coaches are all right. I've already talked to a lot of them. This is more for my parents now. They have to sell mom, too."
London said he liked his trip to Maryland this past weekend - calling it "nice" and "pretty."
"The campus was really neat," London said. "We also ate a lot. I also met with the people from the business school. They were really positive about the future there."
London maintains that he's still open as ever with the recruiting process.
He's now set up to visit N.C. State this upcoming weekend - followed by trips to Tennessee on Dec. 14, UCLA on Jan. 11 and Virginia Tech on Jan. 18.
"I have to take my trips and see what happens," he said.