"As far as individual camps I am not sure if I am going to any. I know I'll try to take a few visits."
The elite prospect holds over 20 scholarship offers including the in-state schools Alabama and Auburn, and major offers such as Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Louisville, LSU, Miami, South Carolina and Tennessee.
"I have a top five," Barron stated. "They are Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Florida and Florida State. All of the schools are pretty much equal. I really don't have a favorite. I plan to make my decision by the end of the summer."
Barron tells us a little of what he likes of each of the favorites.
Alabama: "Alabama has the best facilities out of all the places I have visited. I like the coaching staff up there as well. Ivan [Matchett] is committed, and that's a big thing as well."
Auburn: "I just like Auburn for some reason. I don't have a specific reason. I have only been there one time."
LSU: "I have always liked LSU. Chevis Jackson went there."
Florida: "They won the championship. I haven't ever been down there. I have talked to a couple coaches, and I like them."
Florida State: "I like coach Jimbo [Fisher]. That's really the only reason."
The 6-foot-2, 210-pound athlete is capable of playing several positions on the next level, and he talks of the schools seeking his talent.
"I really don't have a preference as to where I play. Most of the schools are recruiting me as an athlete. The only school who recruited me strictly as a receiver is Tennessee. Auburn and Vanderbilt want me as a running back," he said.
"Florida State is recruiting me as an H-Back. The rest of the schools said they were just recruiting me as an athlete. It really doesn't bother me where I play."
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