"I was busy with visits," Compton said. "Things are finally calmed down now, for the past two weeks or so, and since the Sunday after I got back I have been training again. I have started back into my routine and my diet again."
Compton isn't focusing on one main thing when it comes to quick improvement in his game before the season. Compton wants to improve everything about himself in every aspect of the game.
"Really I don't have anything that I am completely focused on. My goal is to get better in every area and in every aspect of the game. I want to get better mentally, physically and football-wise on the field."
After visits come the questions about a commitment and a timeframe. Compton thinks that he would like to go through the process a bit this fall, but admits that anything can change and he might end the process at anytime.
"I really don't think that I am in a position that I want to commit right now. I really would like to take all five of my official visits, early in the year, and be done with them hopefully by October or early November."
"Hopefully, this wouldn't go too far into November. I would really like to take them more in August, September and October. Hopefully I would have a decision by then, but I could also want to commit at anytime."
Before the start of the season for Compton, he is looking to take a last set of trips to a few schools to check out fall camp practices. It's that one last chance to get a look before his senior season starts.
"Right now I am looking to get down to a couple of team practices in August. I know that things start up around August 4 and I know that there is a scrimmage at Iowa on August 18th that I would like to attend."
"I know that I am going to get to Missouri, hopefully to Nebraska, and watch a couple of practices. Right now, I am just focusing on my upcoming season, but I would really like to get to a couple of practices to get a better feel for everyone."
Will Compton is rated as the #5 player in the Show Me State. The 6-foot-2 and 220-pound collegiate linebacker prospect starred as a running back and safety last year for North County.
In nine games last year as a junior, Compton had 455 yards rushing on 64 attempts averaging 7.1 yards per carry while catching 51 passes for 855 yards for a 16.8 yard average.
On defense Compton had 70 tackles, 13 tackles for loss and an interception in his junior campaign. Compton benches 325 pounds, squats 390 and also has a 30-inch vertical leap.