In addition to UNC, Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Notre Dame, South Carolina, Stanford, and Tennessee made Page's first cut.
"I don't have a timeline," Page said. "[I'll announce my final five] probably in a few weeks. It will be during the season. I want to mix up my [official] visits - take some during [the season] and some after."
Page says that he's always thinking about his next cut and is focusing on each schools academic program and coaching staff. He has, however, already scheduled an October 10th official visit with Notre Dame.
In the meantime, Page is attending games unofficially. Thus far this fall he has visited South Carolina (versus Louisiana-Lafayette), Clemson (versus Florida State), and Alabama (versus Georgia).
Page said he figures to attend a game almost every Saturday, however he doesn't have any future plans established. Page does, though, plan to travel to UNC sometime this fall for a game.
Sam Pittman, UNC's offensive line coach and Page's primary recruiter, calls Page weekly.
"[We talk about] everything," Page said. "[We discuss] just how things are going with my family and my high school season."
Pittman is recruiting Page for offensive tackle, whereas most other schools like the 6-foot-4, 285-pound as an offensive guard.
Page is starting on both sides of the ball for Columbia (S.C.) Flora, who is 3-2 after Thursday's win against Columbia (S.C.) Eau Claire. He anchors the offensive line at left tackle. Defensively, he moves up and down the line playing end, tackle and nose guard.