"I don't have a real leader that emerges from these schools," says Rolle, from The Hun School of Princeton. "They're all on an equal platform and I'm looking at them all the same. I'm really focusing on these five schools, but I won't count any other schools out.
"Oklahoma was the first school to offer me the summer going into my sophomore year after I'd attended camp there. That was really special to me because it really opened my eyes to the whole recruiting world. They've got a great football program and coach (Bob) Stoops is wonderful--I talk with him a lot. They're also a program that wins a lot and I like that too.
"Miami sends a lot of players to the NFL and they've got some great weather. It's a real competitive atmosphere there.
"Michigan is Big Ten football at its finest," he says. "They're a real prestigious program and I like how coach (Lloyd) Carr remains a fixture there. Coach (Ron) English (secondary) is also great. He's very precise and technical and I feel that I could learn a lot from him.
"Florida has got the hottest coach in America right now (Urban Meyer). And they've also got some great weather too. They're an up-and-coming program and you get a lot of exposure there. Florida players are all usually well known.
"Florida State was my childhood favorite growing up…well, them and Penn State really. I really enjoyed watching Florida State play as a kid. They've had some great players at the DB position in the past and it would be great to follow in some of their footsteps.
He has not attended any JR Days and has no plans to attend any future ones.
"I'm going to unofficially visit Oklahoma, Miami and Michigan during the next three weekends. And I'm going to unofficially visit Florida and Florida State in May," says Rolle.
"I play aggressively and I'm good at making the offense react to what I do. I always play hard and fast. I just want to get faster and be more explosive and powerful. Those attributes will all help refine the way that I play."
Rolle was named the New Jersey Prep Defensive Player of the Year by the Newark Star Ledger.
Final JR (8-1) stats: 142 carries/1501 yds/16 TDs; 83 tackles/6 sacks/4 INTs
4.0 GPA/1120 SAT--May 7 retest