"I've been getting letters form Auburn, Miami, Vanderbilt, Clemson, North Carolina and Georgia Tech," T.J. Hurless said.
Which schools comprise his current top five?
"I like Auburn, Miami, Vanderbilt, UNC and Clemson."
Hurless talks about what he favors with each of his leaders.
Auburn: "I went down there for a visit and the campus was really nice. It's also close to home and in the SEC."
Miami: "I like the campus there as well and it's a nice location."
Vanderbilt: "I went up there twice and I like the campus a lot. I like the town of Nashville."
North Carolina: "I haven't been up there but their coaches have been talking to me a lot lately. They seem really interested."
Clemson: "The campus was pretty nice and it's not too far away."
T.J. is up in the air as far as camps are concerned but he has a few in mind already.
"I'm waiting to see what schools call and then make my decision but Auburn and Vanderbilt would be at the top of my list for camps."
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