Caffey is especially anxious to get out to some schools because he hasn't been too focused on recruiting yet this summer. Some other prospects have been on the road a lot and Caffey is looking to catch up. He will also need to get on some campuses in order to make an educated decision later on.
"I can't really say I have any favorites because I haven't actually visited any schools," he said. "I don't know anything about the schools so I really can't say that now.
"I wanted to (commit) before my season but now that I've got more offers I want to see which ones would be the right fit. If I commit I feel like the worst thing I could do would be to decommit. I want the school I first commit to to be the place I end up at."
With 15 offers on the table Caffey certainly has his work cut out for him. Atlanta area prospects receive a lot of attention as it is, so things will be hectic for Caffey between now and Signing Day.
"I think I'm looking for a stable coach and a school that makes me feel like I'm at home," he said, citing two factors that Wake Forest seems to play up well in the minds of potential recruits. Caffey said a lot of schools are recruiting him as a running back, while schools such as South Carolina, Arkansas, Ole Miss and Kentucky are recruiting him as a cornerback.