Cadarius Gaskin doesn't plan to pull himself off the market and join forces with a college until sometime over the summer, but says a trio of Power Five schools are really pushing the right buttons with the spring evaluation period right around the corner.
A 6-foot-2.5, 211-pound junior pass catcher out of Delray Beach (Fla.) Atlantic, Gaskin digs in a little bit deeper by expanding on the aforementioned schools with Scout.
Kentucky: "I like Kentucky because of their offense. (Wide receivers) coach Lamar (Thomas), he is a good coach on and off the field, and I feel like I could play there."
NC State: "I love them a lot. (Wide receivers) coach (George) McDonald is a real good person. He teaches me a lot of things, like how to come in and out of my break. They're also in the ACC, so they play good teams.
"I feel like I could start and play a big role there."
West Virginia: "West Virginia is my dream school, so they're always going to be a top (school). I like West Virginia because of their offense; I feel like I could really do great things there."
Gaskin, who's armed with additional offers from Rutgers and Syracuse, has yet to take that next step by locking in dates, but dishes out a trio of schools that are in line to receive visits over the offseason.
"Virginia Tech, NC State and West Virginia," Gaskin replied when asked about upcoming visit plans.
Tagged as a three-star prospect on Scout, Gaskin reeled in 55 catches for 760 yards and six touchdowns during his junior campaign.
As always, stay tuned to Scout.