Scout 100 cornerback Shaun Wade is set to visit a number of SEC, ACC and Big Ten schools this week

The Florida staff hosted a camp in Jacksonville's Trinity Christian Academy on Wednesday. One of the onlookers was four-star cornerback Shaun Wade. Scout's No. 4 corner remains committed to Ohio State, however, that has not stopped other programs from pursuing. Who is recruiting him the hardest, and where Wade is visiting this week.

Despite his commitment to Ohio State, Shaun Wade continues to be a top priority for many schools. Michigan, Alabama and Florida are just some of the schools still after the Scout 100 cornerback. 

"Michigan, Ohio State, Notre Dame, UCLA, USC and Stanford has hit me up lately," said Wade. 

On Wednesday, the Florida coaching staff took their camp circuit on the road on Wednesday to Trinity Christian Academy in Jacksonville, where Wade was one of the onlookers. According to the four-star defensive back, he continues to evaluate the Gators. UF assistants Torrian Gray and Tim Skipper continue to show attention to the no. 4 corner in the country. 

"They [Gray and Skipper] tell me that I can come right in and play early," said Wade. "They tell me that I can take [Jalen] Tabor's spot next year." 

However, Florida is not the only school he continues to evaluate. Starting on Thursday, Wade will begin his trek north to see a number of schools with his Pro Impact 7-on-7 team. 

"We will be visiting Georgia, Georgia Tech, the North Carolina area, Virginia Tech, Notre Dame, Ohio State and a couple of the other schools."

He is also set to visit Alabama on his own next week, where he hopes to learn more about potential playing time. 

His most recent trip was to Ohio State, where Wade says his relationship with Buckeyes coach, Urban Meyer, grew event "stronger." 

Wade says his commitment to Ohio State "stands firm,' however, his parents want him to look around this summer. The 6-foot-2, 175-pounder hopes to take all five official visits before he signs with the school of his choice in late November. He hopes to early enroll at his chosen school and only has one set official visit at this time, Ohio State. 

In the video above he not only discusses his relationship with the Gators, but his relationship with Ohio State, Alabama and Michigan-who also hosted a camp at his high school last week.

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