ROCKLEDGE, Fla. -- Four-star receiver Johnnie Dixon of Palm Beach Gardens (Fla.) Dwyer claims 17 offers, but he doesn't appear to be in a hurry to pick a school or even narrow things down.
Receiver Johnnie Dixon was among the most heavily recruited players competing in the NLA 7 on 7 this weekend.
In fact, the talented south Florida pass-catcher said Sunday he "probably won't [make a commitment] before his senior season."
"I'm taking everything day by day right now," Dixon said Sunday at the New Level Athletics 7 on 7 Southeast Regional. "Recruiting is very crazy right now. If you're not careful you can make a bad decision."
Of his offers, Dixon said Alabama, Florida and Miami were the attention-grabbers.
Dixon, the No. 44 receiver nationally in the 247Composite, recently visited the Hurricanes and is impressed by what he has seen and heard from the crew in Coral Gables.
"I like the direction [Miami is going in]," Dixon said. "They're going to do great things with the team they're bringing in."
Dixon is particularly high on Hurricanes coach Al Golden.
"It's great to see his respect of me and how he really views me," Dixon said. "It's pretty cool to be with him."
When will Dixon take his next visit, and which school will he check out?
"I'm not sure yet," he said. "I need to plan it. I want to hit them all."
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DECISION COMING FOR FIVE-STAR DB
Five-star defensive back Edward Paris of Arlington (Texas) Mansfield Timberview will announce his college choice Monday at around noon (central time), he told 247Sports. It's a battle between LSU, Florida and Texas, with the Tigers likely being the team to beat.
Paris is a New Orleans native. His family relocated to Texas after Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005.
Even though he'll commit Monday, Paris expects the programs he doesn't pick to keep pursuing him.
Paris wanted to visit the Gators last Friday, the day he arrived in Florida, but those plans fell through.
SUNSHINE FASHION STATEMENT
In the race to land Jacksonville (Fla.) Trinity Christian sophomore outside linebacker Jeffery Holland, Florida and Florida State are among the early teams to watch. During this particular event, Holland made a fashion statement that likely would make fans of those programs cringe.
His clothing accessories included a Gators head band and Seminole gloves.
Holland, who claims 15 offers, recently visited Florida State.
"I went to junior day there last week, and I got to talk to [linebackers coach Charles] Kelly and [defensive coordinator Jeremy] Pruitt," Holland said. "He was talking about the new system they've got at Florida State. The new coaches there are real cool. I got to talk to them and got some one-on-one time to talk about the future."
Holland's Seminoles offer was one of three that really caught his attention. Florida and Ohio State were the others.
He'll visit the Gators, Buckeyes, Alabama and South Carolina during a college road trip after his team's spring practice is complete.
With nearly two years until the 2015 National Signing Day, Holland admitted "I'm not that far along. This is a big process."
He said Louisville, Ohio State and South Carolina are probably recruiting him hardest.
TAR HEEL STATE OF MIND
Trace McSorley likes North Carolina a lot. The feeling apparently is mutual as the Tar Heels offered him three weeks ago.
Right now, though, it isn't certain what position McSorley, a standout at Ashburn (Va.) Briar Woods, would play in Chapel Hill.
UNC offered him as an athlete. But while he's also pretty good at safety, McSorley would prefer to be on offense as a quarterback.
"They're kind of waiting right now," McSorley said. "They're going to come to see me throw during spring practice. Then, they'll make a decision on QB or athlete. I think I can compete, and I feel like I'm one of the top guys at either."
McSorley is "favoring" the Tar Heels as of Sunday, largely because of their offense.
"It's a spread offense -- it's a fast tempo," McSorley said. "They try to snap the ball every 13 or 14 seconds. The coaching staff is excited, and they're pushing the program in the right direction."
All told, McSorley has seven offers.
Virginia Tech, which offered the day after North Carolina, could be another program to watch.
According to McSorley, he's also talking with West Virginia, and he thinks it is possible the Mountaineers could offer.
*Antoine Griffin, a 2014 receiver from nearby Cocoa Beach (Fla.) that had a solid showing over the weekend, said offer No. 1 arrived Saturday from San Diego State.