"I have a visit to Ohio State next week. I'll see how everything goes and see how I feel after that visit. If I still feel like I have two more visits left in me then I'll probably try to set up that last one."
After returning from his second official visit (Maryland on October 30th), Wells scheduled his latest official stops to Georgia Tech (December 17th) and Ohio State (November 20th). The seventh ranked tailback in the nation has also visited favorite Southern Cal on October 8th.
Wells doesn't have a leader among his favorites, and doesn't plan to decide until after he takes each of his scheduled official visits, whether that is just four or all five.
Wells, who has never been to Chapel Hill, is in constant contact with the Tar Heels' coaching staff, which is working hard to get the talented tailback to visit. If he does decide to take his fifth visit, Wells admits it will be a difficult choice between FSU and UNC.
"I guess I'm going to start looking at everything like the academics, where it's at, and how the football team is doing," he said. "It will be a hard choice between North Carolina and Florida State, but I'll make my decision somehow."
With the Heels' need of a big time running back for the 2005 recruiting class, Wells would be a huge pickup. In just eight games, Wells has rushed for about 1,700 yards and 20 touchdowns.