Bryn Mawr (Pa.) Harriton defensive tackle Callahan Bright is the No. 5 player in the country and has already taken three official visits. Will he take any more trips and when will the 6-foot-2, 315-pounder make his decision?
"I'm probably done with visits, but I'm not sure yet," said Bright, who is ranked as the No. 2 defensive tackle in the country behind Jerrell Powe. "I've been to Purdue, Florida State and Texas A&M and I felt good on each visit. Each one offers something different for me. I don't have a leader between them."
Bright is leaving the door open slightly for new visits.
"LSU and Florida were schools I was considering, but the coaching situation at each is still being worked out," he said. "Oklahoma and Auburn are also schools I'm interested in, but we'll see. Auburn hasn't been in touch and I still get things from Oklahoma, but I haven't talked to them in awhile."
Bright was hoping to be in San Antonio on Jan. 15 for the U.S. Army All American Bowl. However, a recent letter changed that.
"They told me verbally I wasn't invited anymore," he said. "And I just got a letter that said the same thing. They originally invited me but took the invitation back after I was suspended from school and my team. I was hoping they'd re-consider, but they didn't. I wanted to play in the game."
Bright reminds many of NFL star Warren Sapp because of his stature, quickness off the ball and bull strength. So when will the next Sapp make his decision?
"I'm waiting until Signing Day," he said. "I want to do it on ESPN."