After taking official visits to Tennessee and Clemson, Josh Briscoe of Lawndale (N.C.) Burns has decided to do some remodeling with his official visits schedule.
"I canceled my Georgia trip because they already have two receiver commitments," explained Briscoe. "I picked up Georgia Tech in their place. I canceled Maryland, also. It's too far up north. I'll go west, southeast, but not too far north."
Briscoe, who still has an official visit to N.C. State scheduled for October 23rd, has scheduled his Georgia Tech visit for October 16th, and doesn't foresee filling in the last spot unless something "dramatic happens."
At this point, Briscoe plans to only consider the four schools he has or plans to official visit, and claims all four are even.
"Tennessee, Clemson, Georgia Tech and N.C. State are the four schools that are left in contention," remarked Briscoe. "None of them are in the lead at this point. I have two visits I have to take, and until I take those, all four of these schools are equal."
Briscoe, who is now the Cleveland County career receptions leader, has caught 22 passes, catches for over 450 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Briscoe Done With Visits
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