Ted Ginn is the top-rated cornerback prospect in the country, but to him the recruiting process so far has been "no big deal."
"I'm just chilling, just going through the process, just trying to see what everybody is saying," Ginn said. "I'll narrow it down in about a month, narrow it down to my top six to eight. Just give me about a month."
Ginn stressed that feeling comfortable, in the classroom and on the field, will be important in his decision.
"You know, I call him ‘my brother', Chris Chambers, he has been in my life for a while," Ginn said. "They say we run like each other, big long arms. I talk to him a lot. He was telling me how it was, how he liked it and stuff like that. I have interest."
Ginn said he has known Chambers since he was six or seven years old, which begs the question, has he ever tried to cover the Miami Dolphins' star?
"No, that is something I haven't tried yet, but I don't think it would be hard," Ginn said. "I mean he is probably bigger, stronger and faster but it wouldn't be hard."