Since the NCAA text messaging ban has kicked in, recruiting has slowed down drastically for Salisbury (Md.) Wicomico quarterback Wayne Warren. Nevertheless, the 6-foot-0, 197-pounder is beginning to think about visits.
"It's been a slow month, I haven't really heard from anyone," he said. "I haven't narrowed my choices either. I'm waiting to hear back from schools when they can get in touch after September 1st. Hopefully I'll find out a lot more, I'm hearing a lot of those schools love my film they are just waiting a little longer."
Warren claims offers from Stanford, Syracuse and Auburn, he's also hearing from Iowa, Connecticut, Maryland and Virginia.
Does Warren have any thoughts about visits?
"I've been to Syracuse and want to take a visit back up there," he said. "I do plan to go out to Stanford and Auburn. Those are all definitely going to be visits and then maybe to Iowa and Connecticut. Nothing is scheduled yet."
Next week, the two-star prospect opens the season on September 8th.
"Practice is going good," he said. "We've got a pretty young team, but there are a few of us back from an 11-1 season last year. We're hungry and trying to instill that to these younger players. I think we're ready to turn some heads since nobody is giving us a shot to do much.
"As for me, I have seen a little improvement in my game. I'm leading by example since I know the offense really well. I'm also more accurate with my passes and my arm strength is good. This year I just want to improve on my throwing and mechanics."