South Dade finished its spring practice last week so Floyd hasn't had a chance to plan out his summer camp schedule as of yet. He was also busy playing basketball while many prospects were out on unofficial visits this spring, but he says that several schools have stopped by the high school.
"Coach (Eddie) Gran and Coach (Tony) Franklin (of Auburn) stopped by the school in early May," Floyd says. "It's a good program. They're known for having good athletes that make it to the next level. And Vanderbilt, FIU, Notre Dame and some schools like that."
Floyd adds that, like many south Florida prospects, he's taking the process slowly and is far from making a decision.
"I'm going to leave myself open, talk it over with my family and go from there," he explains. "I'm looking for football, but also what they can provide after football and life-wise. Right I want to major in criminal justice."
Floyd caught 22 passes for 329 yards and six touchdowns as a junior on the gridiron last season. "I use my body well just from playing basketball," Floyd notes.