Nearly three dozen schools have went all in with offers for field-stretching receiver, Anthony Schwartz, who is fresh off getting a taste of three of those campuses as well.
Schwartz, a four-star prospect who is labeled as the 241st-ranked player overall, spent much of the past week swinging through the campuses of Florida, Georgia and Auburn, and opens up about each visit with Scout.
A product of Plantation (Fla.) American Heritage, Schwartz is also a hot commodity in track and field who has a reputation for being one of the nation's fastest prospects, regardless of graduating class.
Auburn: "What I mainly like about Auburn is that it's different from down here. It's more of a city and an old style. I love the school, the facilities were great, and everything was close by.
"The night life is just amazing. I was hanging with John Franklin and he showed me around city. Almost every person we walked by asked us for a picture, so they kind of seem like celebrities over there. The staff told me they want me a lot, and that I should be ready to play from day one if I go there."
Georgia: "I like how all the facilities are all new and some of them are still in the making. They are building a new weight room as well. I talked with coach (Kirby) Smart and we sat down and talked for a long time. He asked me what I wanted to do, and told me about everything because he graduated from there.
"I'm going to major in business and he told me how great their business program is. I sat down with (wide receivers) coach (James) Coley and sat down for some of their meetings, and he seems like a nice dude and very energetic. The receivers, I feel like I would fit in with them because they are all kind of chill and play around with each other a little bit."
Florida: "I had a good visit this time. I actually got to see around the whole campus, and the campus is just huge. I went to a couple of business classes and I got to see that the business part of the school is huge. I enjoyed my visit there.
"They really want me, and every time I go there, I kind of feel like I'm home there."
Schwartz says early playing time, the opportunity to participate in both football and track, and having that home-like feel on campus are the significant factors in his recruitment.
Stay tuned to Scout for the latest developments in Schwartz's recruitment.