Waters taking his time

Homestead (Fla.) wide receiver Herb Waters concentrated on improving as a wide receiver throughout the spring. He felt things went well, but knows he still has work to do heading into his senior season.
"Spring went real good," Waters said. "I worked real hard and kept pushing myself to be the best. I know there are still some things I have to work on now that the spring is over and I plan to focus on that."
Waters hard work combined with college coaches ability to get out and see him during the spring led to a few new offers.
"I added a few offers during the spring," Waters said. "Some of them were Florida State, Ohio State, Oregon, and FIU."
The 6-foot-1, 170-pound wideout said his offer list includes Central Florida, Florida International, Florida State, Louisville, Marshall, Ohio State, Oregon, and West Virginia. He is also receiving interest from Alabama, Florida, Iowa State, LSU, Miami, Pittsburgh, and others. At this stage, he isn't in a rush to name a leader or group of favorites.
"No, not really," Waters said when asked of a favorite. "Everything is still the same."
In order to narrow things down and figure out his future destination, Waters plans to take a few trips during the summer months.
"I plan to take some trips during this summer," Waters said. "I am going to try to see a few different schools. I know I want to visit Florida State, Miami, West Virginia, and Oregon."
Waters said some of his visits will be to participate in camps, specifically when he makes his way to the nearby Coral Gables, Fla. campus of the University of Miami.
"Miami wants me to camp," Waters said. "Coach (Al) Golden and Coach (George) McDonald have shown a lot of interest into me. I talked to Coach McDonald again earlier this week. They have really built a really good relationship, a good connection with me."
The South Florida product plans to allow his recruitment to play out during his senior season. He said a decision isn't likely until early in 2012.
"I keep telling myself two weeks before Signing Day," Waters said. "I plan to take all of my officials."