Over the past few months there have been plenty of rumblings that the race for Fairburn (Ga.) Creekside wide receiver Jayson Stanley is down to Georgia and Auburn. But he said some are jumping the gun when it comes to pinning him down to just those two programs.
"It's more than that," the three-star wide receiver said. "I'm still open. I still haven't narrowed it down yet. I'm still taking visits and trying to look at some of my options."
Other schools in the mix include Clemson, Alabama, Florida and Florida State, with Stanley set to hit the road for me visits soon.
"I know I'm going to visit Florida soon," Stanley said. "My family is going down for vacation so we're going to go there and UCF and get a look."
The Gators have yet to offer Stanley, but a visit to Gainesville could change things.
"Last time I talked to them they let me know that they want to see me in person before they can offer," Stanley said. " They want to see how tall I am in person so I think if I go there I'll add that offer."
As far as the two perceived favorites, Stanley said he will be paying both schools a visit over the summer.
Auburn: "I'll probably be taking another visit down to Auburn this summer because I couldn't make the Big Cat weekend. They're telling me that I can play inside and outside, they said they don't have someone my size who can run as fast as I can so they would use me a bunch of different ways."
Georgia: " I'm definitely going up there sometime this summer. I'll be there for their 7-on-7 tournament in a few weeks. I'm friends with Natrez Patrick and he just committed. The last time I was there he was there and we were hanging out. I know most of their commits, they're working on me real hard."