Connor Wingo-Reeves will cap a busy week with a visit to North Carolina today.
The Richmond (Va.) Monacan linebacker visited Virginia on Monday, JMU on Tuesday and Maryland on Thursday.
"I really liked Virginia," Wingo-Reeves said towards the end of this week. "That was definitely a good practice. It was a good one to go to. Coach (Jim) Reid was saying if I keep getting bigger he didn't know if he should put me at inside linebacker or put my hand down at defensive end because they run a 4-3. He said he's unsure about that but he said he would definitely get back to me when he comes by in the spring."
Wingo-Reeves' trip to JMU also seemed to go well. The school's head coach took both he and his mom on a tour of the campus.
"They definitely seemed interested," he noted. "Then I talked to the linebackers coach and my recruiter. They seemed to have a lot of interest."
How did Maryland go for the 6-foot-3, 221-pound prospect?
"That went really well, too," he added. "I talked to their head coach (Randy Edsall) a little bit and then the linebackers coach.
"They run a 3-4 so they might put me at more of a Will linebacker spot or maybe just inside. It just depends. They were saying they definitely liked me. I asked them what the difference is between me and some of the guys they've offered and they said the guys they've offered are just a step quicker but I'm more physical than some of them. If I get a step quicker I should be good."
Wingo-Reeves said he had plenty of contact with the previous coaching staff at UNC but is anxious to meet with Larry Fedora and the new Tar Heel assistants for the first time on Saturday.
He plans to attend the Virginia Tech spring game the following weekend.