"It's down to [those three schools and] a couple more schools, but those are the schools that I want to find a little more information about."
Sales, a 6-foot-2, 185-pound wide receiver from Syracuse (N.Y.) Christian Brothers, says Louisville, Syracuse, and Virginia round out his final six. However, he isn't sure which schools he will grant his final two allotted official trips.
Sales keeps in contact with his UNC primary recruiter, Chuck Pagano, regularly.
"I try to talk to him at least once a week," Sales said. "[He talks about how] getting me down there is so important so I get a chance to see the campus, meet the players, meet the staff, and just get a chance to mingle."
According to Sales, all their position conversations have surrounded Sales playing wide receiver.
"I feel like wherever I can get on the field at, that's where I'll play," Sales said. "It doesn't have to be wide receiver, it can be DB."
Former teammate and current UNC quarterback Mike Paulus helped get Sales on campus.
"He just told me it's a good place to be," Sales said. "Even though he's not playing a lot, it's still a good place to be, because they're going to take care of you. And if you're a good player, they'll find a spot for you."
After taking all five of his official visits, Sales plans to make his collegiate decision.
"As soon as I find out which school I feel comfortable with after my visits, I'll make my decision," Sales said.
Sales explained he does not have a current leader among his final six.
Christian Brothers hasn't been as dominating as they've been in past years, posting an uncharacteristic 2-3 record. However, Sales is having a solid season accumulating 400 receiving yards and four touchdowns.