"Everything is really about the same for me right now as it has been," Alvin Bailey told Scout at The Opening. "UCF, Georgia, Clemson, Auburn, Michigan, Wake Forest, and some other schools are on my list. I am still wide open right now."
That is likely going to change soon for though for Bailey.
"After The Opening, I plan to get home, think about things, and I will probably be cutting my list down to five schools. It could be right when I get home or it could be a week or two after. I just want to cut my list down."
While trimming his list, the wide receiver out of Seffner (Fla.) Armwood will also be planning some visits.
He hopes to spend time at three different SEC schools in July.
"I want to get my mom up to Georgia with me, so I am planning to visit them late in the month, but I think I will be visiting Arkansas and Auburn before getting to Georgia. All three of those schools are showing a lot of interest and I want to get on their campus soon."
Could a commitment come later this summer for Bailey?
"I really don't know," he said to that question, "I just have to figure out which school is the best for me. Whenever I get that feeling, I will commit. It could be this summer, during the season, or after I take some official visits."
The Opening: Alvin Bailey
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