Boyd Talks Favorites, Timing

After visiting multiple schools this summer the decision timing for one of the top wide receivers in the country has changed. And even though a new team has entered the mix, is Clemson still the team to beat? has the latest in this recruiting update.

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A summer visit tour which included stops at many of the top schools in the southeast has ended for four-star wide receiver Jheranie Boyd.

With his senior season quickly approaching, you can understand why.

"I think I am done," he told "It is time to get ready for the season. I don't have any more visits planned right now."

A summer visit tour just took the All American to Florida where he visited three of the top four schools in the state.

MIAMI: "I went to see Miami. That was really a vacation. Curtis Porter wanted to see them so I went along."

FLORIDA: "Then we went to Gainesville. I really liked it. The quarterback level was pretty high there. I had a good time."

FLORIDA STATE: "I also went to Florida State. I didn't like that camp as much. The quarterback level was no comparison with Florida."

When asked about his current favorites, Boyd responded, "I don't really know. I need to cut it to a top five. I am about to come up with my top 10.

"Joseph Johnson is helping me with the process. He just gives me some advice. He really doesn't care where I go, but he gives me his opinions."

In early June Boyd was giving serious consideration to a verbal commitment to the Tigers. Is Clemson still at the top?

"Oh yeah. I still like Clemson a lot. I like Clemson and Florida the best right now," said Boyd.

The decision timing has changed now as he plans to wait out the process.

"It is going to be tough. I might take it all the way until signing day. If not it may be a little earlier. I thought about enrolling early, but I want to enjoy my senior year so I am not going to enroll early," said Boyd.

The 6-foot-3, 180-pounder totaled 47 receptions for 1,151 yards and 11 touchdowns while earning first-team all-conference and all-area honors. Top Stories