Gainesville (Fla.) wide receiver Kenric Young announced his top fifteen schools in no order with plans to cut some schools before the season starts in August.
He will narrow his search from N.C. State, Indiana, Iowa State, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Maryland, Cincinnati, Western Michigan, UCF, Georgia Tech, Marshall, Florida Atlantic, Western Kentucky, Ohio, and USF.
Unfortunately, he hasn't been anywhere this summer to help him eliminate any of his choices.
"I had plans to go up to N.C. State, but the coaches had to cancel because they had a big golf tournament," stated Young. "The first week of August I will be at Western Michigan to tour around."
Even though he is just getting started to get around for unofficial visits there is one school that he has already scheduled for an official visit for in September. "I set up an official visit to Indiana for September 21," noted Young.
It appears that Young has an idea of some of the places he wants to see despite the plethora of schools being mentioned amongst his favorites.
"I'm going to take an official visit to N.C. State and Iowa State, but I just haven't picked the dates," said Young. "Either Maryland or Missouri may get officials too. I'm waiting to hear back from one of the coaches at Missouri to see if he will offer."
The Tigers are in new school in the mix for Young. Playing in the SEC is something that has caught the attention of the three-star flanker.
"That intrigues me a lot. You get to play against the best. It makes you NFL ready," remarked Young. "They also got the top receiver out of the 2012 class in Dorial Green-Beckham."
Young said he feels most comfortable with the coaches at Indiana and N.C. State.
His cousin Chris Bivins plays defensive back at USF. He is in his ear about staying home and playing with him. Young feels comfortable leaving the state and he said distance wouldn't be a factor in his decision.