So who makes up his favorites at this stage of the game?
Well, we think it's quite possibly Miami, Texas, OU, LSU and USC, perhaps in that order at this stage of the game. But will he take official visits? And, does he have any of the above guaranteed a spot in his official visit itinerary?
Official Visit Slots/Final Five: "In the summer, I plan to narrow my schools down to a top five. And, those five will get official visits. And, my official visits will come after the season."
Make no mistake, whoever lands in that top five will like their chances.
Speculation has it that several parties are heavily involved in where Symonette spends the next 3-4 four years of his life, including his parents, guardian, high school coach.
"We're all going to sit down together and discuss it. But in the end, the decision is mine. I will be making the final decision."
Symonette has one team camp set up -- Miami. Anyone else receiving a summer camp appearance?
"My coach and I are beginning to set that (additional team summer camps) up."
Told Scout.com is already tabbing him as the leading contender for the No. 1 ranking in the Lone Star State and asked what he thought about that, Symonette said, "I think that's an honor. And now, I have to keep on working hard to prove that I deserve it, and to keep it."
One another note: Houston St. Pius Christian has its first opportunity to send one of its own to the U.S. Army All-American game, which is nationally televised on NBC. Symonette has been extended an invite to the Scout.com All-American Combine event in Waco, Texas (at Baylor University's Floyd Casey Stadium) to introduce himself to the Scout.com Brass. Scout.com is the official selection partner for the U.S. Army All-American Game, not to mention the exclusive online sports network sponsor of the event, receiving unrestricted access for the entire week to do video interviews, no-holds barred practice and game evaluations, scouting reports and radio requests.