Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) University School rising junior cornerback Quincy Wilson has been active on the summer circuit.
"I went to Auburn, Florida, Ohio State, and Miami," Wilson said.
The 6-foot-2, 185-pound defensive back talked about each of those stops.
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Auburn: "Auburn was the first campus that I visited since Miami when I was a kid. I thought it was really cool. I met with the coaches and had a great time."
Florida: "Florida was great. I went and did the camp. I feel like I did pretty well. I like the coaches a lot. I feel like I developed a quick bond with their coaches. It was just a good time."
Miami: "I did the camp there. It wasn't really what I expected to happen - I didn't really get a lot of attention from the coaches. It may be because I am young. That is fine."
Ohio State: "I liked them a lot. The coaches really liked me. I think I did very good at their camp."
As for upcoming trips, only one school is on the agenda for July.
"I might be going to FSU in the next week or two," Wilson said. "That is it. FSU is the last trip for me."
This fall, Wilson plans to enjoy the gameday experience of college football at a couple of in-state schools.
"I usually go to Miami games and I plan to also go to one in Gainesville, one of the Florida game," Wilson said.
Wilson, who already claims 14 offers, isn't in a rush to start narrowing things down.
"I am just taking them all in," Wilson said. "I don't really have top schools right now. I am just looking at everybody right now.
"I am really just looking for a place that feels like home," Wilson added.
As a sophomore, Wilson recorded two interceptions for University School.