Elkton (Md.) Eastern Christian Academy is home to a lot of top talent and several of their best players will be on the road visiting schools this summer, including top defensive back Brandon Watson.
Watson and the school's other top skill position players will move in one direction while the linemen will head north for the most part.
Watson said this week that he and some teammates do plan to visit Syracuse, but then they will journey south to West Virginia, Tennessee, Middle Tennessee and Tennessee Tech. That will all happen starting the first week of June.
"Then me, Dylan Harding and Vashon Tucker are going to fly over to the USC camp and see UCLA and schools like that," he said. "That will be at the end of June."
That kind of exposure could help the 5-foot-11, 185-pound corner see an influx of offers. So far Watson has offers from Boston College, UConn and Temple.
"I don't have any favorites yet. I want to see how the summer goes," he said. "I like any school that likes me, really. But after that it's where I feel the most love and where the academics are good. Really that's what's going to push it. I've got to figure out what I want to major in."
Watson showed well at the PA SWAG 7-on-7 tournament last month and has seen more interest since that event.