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 11 months ago '08        #4481
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its just a feelin but i never thought we'd get mullen. jimbo and his old man staff are scratchin and clawin to get a top 5 class after breakin all kinds of records and bein the best program in the country (or close to it).


gimme jackson, becker and a few more 4 stars and im good
 11 months ago '15        #4482
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@. I gotta say big ups to you w/ these updates.
 11 months ago '13        #4483
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FSU Makes Top 10 For Top 2017 LB

Phenix City (Ala.) Central four-star junior linebacker Markail Benton unveiled a top ten on Saturday.

Florida State is among the schools listed. The Seminoles had Benton on-campus for a pair of games this past season.

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FSU defensive coordinator Charles Kelly is the primary recruiter for Benton.

At one point recently in his recruitment, his top three was thought to be Auburn, Alabama and FSU, in that order. Auburn is the clear-cut favorite.

The 247Sports.com Composite ranks Benton as the No. 40 player in the nation and No. 3 outside linebacker.
 11 months ago '13        #4484
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No.1 For 2017 Intends To Check Out Noles

The No. 1 recruit for 2017, linebacker/running back Dylan Moses, recently made headlines when he transferred from Baton Rouge (La.) University High to Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy.

As he settles into his new school, the former LSU pledge admits he may check out the in-state schools.

Definitely gotta go checkout the #Canes #FSU & #Gators since I'm gonna be here all year. This should be a very interesting year Lol.

Florida State had Moses on-campus for a summer visit in 2014. He has also attended a game at FSU.

LSU and Alabama are considered the top contenders for Moses at this time.
 11 months ago '13        #4485
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FSU Offers 2017 LB Legacy Recruit

According to his father, Florida State has offered 2017 linebacker DeCalon Brooks out of Tampa, Florida.

DeCalon Brooks father, Derrick Brooks, was one of the all-time greats to play for FSU (1992-1994) and is in the NFL Hall of Fame as well.

The younger Brooks is also an outside linebacker like his father. DeCalon has offers from Louisville, USF and FIU.

As a junior in high school Brooks racked up 114 tackles, 12 TFL and 5 sacks.
 11 months ago '13        #4486
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Former Vols Commit Names Top Eight

Four-star defensive end Jonathan Kongbo of Arizona Western College in Yuma, Ariz., a former Tennessee commitment, announced his top eight college choices Saturday on his Twitter account.

The 6-foot-5.5, 264-pound Kongbo, who decommitted from Tennessee on Jan. 5, confirmed that he's still considering the Vols by putting Tennessee at the top of his list, although he didn't specify whether the eight teams were listed in any particular order.

Kongbo's list also included Ole Miss, Alabama, USC, Washington, Oklahoma, Florida State and Oregon. He already has taken official visits to Ole Miss and Oregon State in addition to Tennessee, and he's scheduled to take an official visit to Alabama next weekend. He has yet to announce a destination for his fifth official visit.

He added in his post that he "will be cutting it down to 5 next week."

A Wyoming transfer who has three years to play his final three seasons, Kongbo is ranked the nation's No. 1 overall junior-college prospect in the 247Sports Composite for the 2016 class.

The 247Sports Crystal Ball points to Oregon as the favorite to land him, with the Ducks getting 50 percent of the current predictions, 30 percent going to Alabama and the other 20 percent going to Washington, which hosted him on an unofficial visit last month.
 11 months ago '13        #4487
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FSU Offers 2017 Peach State OLB

Snellville (Ga.) Brookwood four-star junior outside linebacker Leonard Warner picked up an offer from Florida State.

The 6-foot-4, 219-pound prospect has 20-plus offers.

The 247Sports.com Crystal Ball has one prediction, which is for Georgia.

Warner is ranked No. 148 overall and as the No. 9 outside linebacker.
 11 months ago '13        #4488
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 rfessler1 said:
its just a feelin but i never thought we'd get mullen. jimbo and his old man staff are scratchin and clawin to get a top 5 class after breakin all kinds of records and bein the best program in the country (or close to it).

gimme jackson, becker and a few more 4 stars and im good
We need to land Mullen. He's the prototypical DB we need to help lock down the other side. If we can't land him, I'll def take Becker, hopefully retain Cook and get a combo of Becker, Myers, or Mayden.
 11 months ago '13        #4489
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Recruiting Procress Speeding Up For OT Smith

Trey Smith got an early start on the recruiting process, earning his first scholarship offer more than 18 months ago before the start of his sophomore season, and 20 other teams have followed suit since then.

As he begins preparing for his senior season, he can tell things are getting a bit more serious.

The top-100 junior offensive tackle from University School of Jackson said his recruitment is starting to heat up, with teams now contacting him and visiting his school on a daily basis, and it won’t be long before he’s ready to trim the list of schools he’s considering.

Smith said the coaches who traveled to his school this week — Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze and co-offensive coordinator Matt Luke were there Thursday, and Tennessee offensive line coach Don Mahoney stopped by Friday — were just the latest indications that he’s less than a year away from making his college choice.

“It’s definitely speeding up. Sometimes it’s overwhelming,” said Smith, who’s ranked the nation’s No. 63 overall prospect and No. 10 offensive tackle in the 247Sports Composite for the 2017 class.

“It’s just a blessing. I was thinking about it just a second ago during football workouts. I’m a senior this year, so right now things are picking up. And I’m early enrolling, so I’m just thinking this is my last year really to get right body-wise, mentally. I’m just looking forward to it, really.”

Ole Miss has continued to make the 6-foot-5, 290-pound Smith a high priority since giving him his first offer in June 2014, and he said he likes what he has seen and heard from the Rebels over the past couple of years.

“I think they’re a good program," he said. “I think one thing that stands out is they were my first offer, so I’ve had time to build an excellent relationship with them. This is what I go off of: They had talent come in, like Laremy Tunsil, and they developed him. And, obviously, he’s probably going to be a first-round (draft pick) — No. 1 or the No. 2 pick — so I think you can go to Ole Miss and be successful.”

Smith said Mahoney’s visit to his school Friday was just an example of the attention he’s now getting from Tennessee.

“I hear from Tennessee probably every day — either Coach Strip (defensive line coach Steve Stripling), Coach Mahoney or Coach (Butch) Jones,” Smith said. “Coach Strip was telling me, since I’m about to be a senior, in their staff meeting Coach Jones was telling them it’s time to step the (foot) on the pedal. My recruitment is speeding up.

“They’re constantly DMing me, just telling me how great Tennessee is and telling the steps the program is going to. But, really, they don’t have to tell me because I can really see the difference. They beat Georgia. I mean, they were close to beating Oklahoma and Florida. They decimated Northwestern in the bowl game.

“I think Tennessee football is on the rise. I think they’ll be back, probably next year, to be honest with you. It’s not really hype. It’s real this year.”

While Smith grew up liking Alabama, he said the Crimson Tide winning another national championship earlier this week with a 45-40 victory over Clemson won’t necessarily improve their chances of landing him.

“It does nothing for Alabama because that’s expected, to be honest with you,” he said. “When you think of a major college football program, you think of Alabama. They set the precedent for just excellence, really. They’ve built a dynasty there. I’m just very happy for them.

“I know (wide receivers) coach (Billy) Napier and (offensive line) coach (Mario) Cristobal were sending me DMs before the College Football Playoff game, so it was just awesome seeing them win it. I mean, they fought hard this whole season. A lot of people thought the dynasty was over, especially after the Ole Miss game, but they fought hard. They didn’t stop.”

Clemson already has been “pretty heavily involved” with Smith, he said, and his athletic director told him this week that Tigers coach Dabo Swinney is expected to stop at his school on Wednesday.

Smith said he’s hoping to visit Clemson, “possibly” as early as this month, along with Notre Dame and Ohio State in the coming months. He said he also wants “to make a round through Florida” before returning to schools he has visited in the past, and he would like to narrow his focus to a shorter list of schools by this summer.

“I think around Opening time, I’ll put out, like, a top 10 — maybe even a top five,” Smith said, referring to Nike’s annual all-star event in July in Beaverton, Ore.

As he continues weighing his lengthy list of options, he said he’s hoping to find “a comfort level” with the school he ultimately chooses.

“Right now, I’m just sort of looking at the colleges, taking a step back, trying to figure out what I’m going to major in, trying to step back and look at the coaching staff,” Smith said. “I’m mainly focusing on the coaches, the general feel, my major — that’s the main thing right now.”
 11 months ago '13        #4490
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Visit Helps Auburn With Craig-Myers

According to 4-star receiver Nate Craig-Myers of Tampa Catholic (Fla.), this weekend's official visit to Auburn helped the Tigers.

"No doubt," Craig-Myers said.

Craig-Myers, the No. 2 receiver in the 247Sports Composite, committed to the Tigers two summers ago but backed off that pledge last spring. He didn't however, eliminate Auburn.

In fact, the Tigers have remained very much in contention.

"Right now, Ole Miss, Auburn, North Carolina and Florida State" at his favorites, Craig-Myers said. "I really don't have a top school right now. Once I finish my officials, I will."

Not only does Craig-Myers like Auburn, so does his mother, who made the trip with him.

"My mom, you know, she loves the school and has a great relationship with Coach (Dameyune Craig) and Coach (Gus)Malzahn," Craig-Myers said. "She just feels at home."

What are the key factors for Craig-Myers?

"Definitely my comfort level," Craig-Myers said. "Being able to come up and being able to talk with anybody. Talk to them about anything. The plan -- if I have a chance to come here and compete for a job. And really just where my heart is. When I step foot on campus, do I really feel like I could be here."

For Craig-Myers, this was his first trip to Auburn in several months. He did not attend any football games there last season because of "transportation."

"Yeah, you know, that's one thing good about Auburn -- that's one of the pros in this situation. When I come up here, nothing changes. It's always the same," Craig-Myers said. "Even when I de-committed I came back and I still felt like I was part of the family."

Also in Auburn this weekend for an official: Craig-Myers' bother, 4-star cornerback Jayvaughn Myers.

"The biggest thing was really, we wanted to get schools to recruit us individually not just together," Craig-Myers said. "I want him to feel comfortable just as I did. I came up here multiple times. This is probably his second time being up here. I definitely can see in his eyes him being my little brother -- I know when he's feeling comfortable and I feel like that's the place."

Auburn will visit Craig-Myers again next week. He will have his in-home visit with Malzahn on Sunday.

His only other official at the moment is to Ole Miss the weekend of Jan. 29.

"I just like what they're doing with the receivers," Craig-Myers said. "They're putting guys in the league."
 11 months ago '13        #4491
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Five Star d!ckerson Recaps Florida Official

Offensive lineman Landon d!ckerson (Hudson, N.C./South Caldwell) said Florida State and Tennessee still stick out following his Florida official visit.

"Those are the top ones," d!ckerson said. "They are the most consistent and that's a big part."

The Crystal Ball reads 55-percent for Florida State, 27-percent for Virginia Tech, nine-percent for Auburn and nine-percent for Tennessee.

d!ckerson plans to make his decision following his five official visits.

d!ckerson arrived in Gainesville, Florida Friday with his parents.

"Obviously going down there to Florida was a highlight," d!ckerson said. "The school is great. Hanging out with the players was great."

Gators lineman Tyler Jordan served as his player-host.

"You get a hometown feel there," d!ckerson said of Florida. "You can't tell there's a university there when you're going through the town. I got a good feeling there. There's 50,000 students that go there and you couldn't even tell."

d!ckerson met with Gators coach Jim McElwain in his office for an exit interview.

"He told me some good advice," d!ckerson said. "He said it's really about the people. It's nice we could relate about that. Obviously he wants me to part of the Gator family. I feel he's a good fit for Florida."

d!ckerson said he still plans to officially visit Alabama this weekend.

He said he will visit Tennessee or Georgia January 29.

d!ckerson has already officially visited Auburn and Florida State.

d!ckerson said he feels Florida's staff including McElwain will stop by his school Thursday.

He said Georgia will be his home Monday morning and Alabama is slated to come by Monday afternoon.

He said Auburn is due by Wednesday.

"I think FSU and Tennessee are coming by next week," d!ckerson said.

The five-star recruit is ranked as the nation's No. 6 offensive tackle and the No. 2 prospect in North Carolina in the 2016 class by 247Sports.com Composite Rankings.
 11 months ago '13        #4492
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FSU Gets Special Delivery In 2016 Class

Jamie Kohl has worked with thousands of kickers across the country, running kicking camps and working at the Under Armour All-America game.

He feels that Florida State has landed two of the best specialists in the 2016 class in early enrollee Ricky Aguayo and Logan Tyler.

“They have two of the better kickers in the whole country,” Kohl said. “And I think it’s a great idea to have natural competition. In my experience when you have two really good players like that they make each other better. They just flat out do.”

FSU goes into 2016 with notable question marks at quarterback and inside linebacker. But less often thought of are the departures of redshirt junior Roberto Aguayo (who never missed a field goal inside 40 yards) and senior Cason Beatty (who overcame inconsistency concerns to average 45.2 yards per punt).

Specialists are sometimes thought of as “plug-and-play” guys, and Roberto Aguyo was that type from the start as a redshirt freshman in 2013. With Beatty, the process took longer. So when analyzing how well FSU will do in the fall, it’s necessary to have accuracy from a new kicker as well as the capability to flip the field with a new punter.

Aguayo and Tyler have different skillsets that they bring to the table. Kohl said that he charted the two kickers over four sessions at the Under Armour game and “it basically came to a draw.” Tyler was a jack of all trades in high school, playing quarterback, tailback, kicker and punter. Aguayo has not punted before. (FSU has another kicker in walk-on Kevin Robledo, but Kohl has not worked with the California native.)

Ricky Aguayo is 6-foot and 175 pounds, about an inch shorter and 25 pounds lighter than Roberto. But even Roberto mentioned in December that he came in and quickly reshaped his body, losing fat and gaining muscle and strength.

Aguayo made 3 of 5 field-goal attempts in 2015 at Bradenton (Florida) IMG Academy, with 57 kickoffs averaging 64.4 yards and 35 touchbacks. He is in many ways like his older brother, and the comparisons will be inevitable. Kohl cautions that fans shouldn’t expect Ricky to live up to the high bar that Roberto set, but he feels the two have very similar personalities.

“He competes his tail off,” Kohl said. “And that’s what Roberto had. That’s the magical, special thing that made Roberto different than all of these other guys.”

The 6-foot Tyler kicks and punts with his left foot. He is accurate as a kicker and Kohl feels that Tyler “can be a dominant kickoff guy.” That will give FSU coach Jimbo Fisher some options.

Kohl feels that Tyler has room to grow but also plenty of upside as a punter. Tyler made 3 of 4 field-goal attempts, saw 47 of 64 kickoffs go for touchbacks and had an average of 43 yards per punt.

“He has great hands,” Kohl said. “He has very explosive hips. Technically he needs to get better like a lot of high school punters. He has not reached his potential nearly as much in punting technically as he has in kicking.

“In college the hand to toe times have to get quicker. He’s going to have to get used to the college football – it’s a little different shape, it’s a little different mold. “

Kohl reminds that FSU is technically looking to fill four jobs due to the graduation of Beatty and the early departure of Roberto Aguayo: kicker, kickoff, holder and punter. He thinks Tyler can handle the responsibilities of punter and holder. Aguayo is considered the favorite to kick field goals, but Kohl said to not doubt Tyler’s abilities to kick.

The competition should be an entertaining one this spring and in preseason camp. But in the end, FSU should be set at kicker and punter for years to come.

“My hope is at the end of the day that Florida State has some of the best special teams and that he has a special teams advantage for the next four years,” Kohl said. “That’s something that’s real, real possible for them to do.”
 11 months ago '13        #4493
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Tyler Enjoys FSU Official, Discusses Role

Nixa (Mo.) three-star kicker/punter Logan Tyler made his way to Florida State for an official visit over the weekend. He was accompanied by both of his parents.

“I had a great time,” Tyler said. “We all had a great time. It was really impressive.”

Tyler had visited FSU over the summer, participating in a kicking camp. He committed at that time. He has returned since making that pledge. This weekend though was the most intensive visit as he learned about everything regarding the academic and athletic life of being a Seminole.

Tyler, as well as fellow official visitors and current players, got to enjoy the new player’s lounge which was recently completed for players.

“We saw the new player lounge. It was awesome, it’s huge, there’s so much to do there,” Tyler said. “I could definitely see myself going in there all the time and hanging out with the guys watching games or movies.”

The visit also included plenty of good eating.

“I had two 14 ounce ribeye’s that were delicious. I also had some Key Lime pie, that was also delicious,” Tyler said.

“We had dinner in the President’s Suite on Saturday. It was awesome. We had fantastic food, crab legs, shrimp, just anything you wanted,” Tyler added. “Then we went to coach (Jimbo) Fisher’s house for desert.”

Tyler was hosted by freshman offensive lineman Andrew Boselli, but also spent a lot of time with freshman kicker Ricky Aguayo. Both of those players arrived at FSU in the last two weeks.

“I went out with Ricky Aguayo and Andrew Boselli and they showed me a good time out on the town,” Tyler said.

He also spent a lot of time with fellow commitment Josh Ball during the visit. He saw target Carlos Becker some, but Becker’s visit was slightly different than the visit of the pair of commitments.

The highlight of the visit for Tyler was spending time with the coaching staff.

“I really liked the coaching staff. They are normal people, good people,” Tyler said. “I felt really welcomed by them and comfortable with them. They were just an easy group of people to be around.”

He also had a conversation with special teams coordinator Jay Graham and head coach Jimbo Fisher about his role when he arrives – will he kick field goals, punt, or handle kickoffs? All of those roles were vacated by the departure of Roberto Aguayo and Cason Beatty following the 2015 season.

“All 3 spots are open, and nothing is reserved or taken,” Tyler said of what the staff told him. “The best player will play.”

Tyler is now looking forward to when he enrolls in the summer.

“I can’t wait to get there and spend my next four years there,” Tyler said. “It really is a great place.”

Tyler hopes to attend the spring game for Florida State in Orlando this year.
 11 months ago '13        #4494
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It Was What I Thought It Would Be

Cornerback Trayvon Mullen (Coconut Creek, Fla.) said his Clemson official visit was "what I thought it would be."

Mullen grew up liking Clemson.

"It was real, real good," Mullen said. "Just meeting all of the coaches and the people there."

Clemson linebacker Rahshaun Smith served as his player-host.

"He did a good job of showing me around," Mullen said.

Mullen met with Clemson coach Dabo Swinney in his office before exiting.

"He basically told me about the opportunity," Mullen said. "I can help them get to their goals. I can be a highlight of their defense. I can help them be better because everything else is in place."

Clemson a.ssistants Brent Venables and Mike Reed added to Swinney's pitch.

"They said the same things," Mullen said. "They have a big need and want at my position and that I'm the guy for it especially with Mackensie Alexander leaving."

Mullen said he's still considering LSU, Clemson, Louisville, TCU and Florida State.

He still plans to announce his college choice on National Signing Day.

The Crystal Ball reads 50-percent for LSU, 38-percent for Florida State, three-percent for Alabama, three-percent for Clemson and three-percent foggy.

Mullen has officially visited Florida State, Clemson, TCU and Louisville.

He will take his final official visit, to LSU, this weekend.

"I'm looking forward to meeting their new Defensive Coordinator (Dave Aranda)," Mullen said. "I want to see what he's all about. I feel he should've reached out to me since I'm one of their top guys on the board but I mostly have been hearing from (Tiger defensive backs) coach (Corey) Raymond. I also want to talk to coach Raymond about what they have to offer and the opportunity there."

The four-star recruit is ranked as the nation's No. 5 cornerback and the No. 5 prospect in Florida in the 2016 class by 247Sports.com Composite Rankings.
 11 months ago '13        #4495
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VIP Scoop: FSU In Pursuit Of Pie

Noles247 has confirmed Florida State will bring Keyshawn Young in on an official visit next weekend. Young is from Miami Senior high school. Besides FSU, he has offers from Michigan, Louisville, Miami, Alabama and USC to name a few.

A source says FSU’s coaching staff likes Young as a “dynamic athlete”.

It’s unclear which side of the ball he’s being recruited on. It seems that FSU feels he would add talent to the roster in some capacity and could be used wherever needed.

The Seminoles have been recruiting Keyshawn "Pie" Young for about a year. They cooled on him a bit during the summer, but his primary recruiter, Tim Brewster, has remained in contact with him throughout the fall and winter.
 11 months ago '13        #4496
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Has Georgia Caught Up For Five a Star Burns?

Defensive end Brian Burns (Plantation, Fla./American Heritage) has a "very nice" official visit to Georgia this weekend, per his father Brian Burns, Sr.

"I think he really enjoyed it," Burns said. "The part I know he liked the most was how Georgia told him how they are planning to use him coming off the edge."

How does the father feel his son's recruitment is shaping up?

"This is just me but I think it's Georgia and Florida State with Florida three," Burns, Sr. said.

The Crystal Ball reads 75-percent for Florida, 17-percent for Georgia and eight-percent for Miami.

His father said Burns still plans to officially visit Florida this weekend and Florida State January 29.

Will Hurricanes cornerbacks coach Mike Rumph, who was Burns' high school coach, get an official visit for Miami?

"I doubt it," Burns Sr. said. "I don't think there's enough time yet unless they can make something happen midweek."

The four-star prospect is ranked as the nation's No. 6 weak side defensive end and the No. 15 prospect in Florida in the 2016 class by 247Sports.com Composite Rankings.

274Sports.com could have more from Brian Burns on his Georgia official visit once he returns to Florida this evening.
 11 months ago '13        #4497
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Carlos Becker Talks FSU Visit, Favorites

One of the hottest defensive back prospects in the country, four-star Carlos Becker, took an official visit to Florida State this weekend. He spoke with Noles247 about the trip.

“I liked it a lot,” Becker said after leaving Tallahassee. “I liked the coaches, it was a good atmosphere, just the love. There was a lot of love there.

“I spent time with (FSU defensive coordinator) Charles Kelly. He was pretty cool,” Becker added. “He said I can play in different spots there, he likes my size and can use me in a bunch of different ways.”

Becker went on the visit to Florida State with his mother.

“She loved it. She liked everything academically and just how the coaches were to her. She feels like they’re going to take care of me,” he said.

Coming off the visit Becker said three teams standout.

“FSU is pretty high. NC State, and Ohio State too. That’s pretty much my top three.”

Becker will visit Ohio State on the 22nd and Ole Miss on the 29th. Becker says he’ll make his decision after his final official visit.
 11 months ago '13        #4498
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Two Tied On Top For Four Star Tackle

Offensive tackle Jauan Williams (Washington, D.C./Archbishop Carroll) said Texas A&M is now tied with Florida State on top following a weekend official visit to College Station, Texas.

"I felt comfortable at Texas A&M just like I did at FSU," Williams said. "I got the same feeling at Texas A&M that I did at FSU. I see a good opportunity for myself there, just like I do at FSU. I see myself playing early at both places. I love FSU and I love Texas A&M now, too. Texas A&M has really done a good job of developing offensive tackles and getting them to the next level. I feel they could develop my skills. They've sent a whole bunch of linemen to the draft."

Williams still plans to announce his college choice on National Signing Day.

The Crystal Ball reads 43-percent for Maryland, 36-percent for Alabama, 14-percent for Florida State and seven-percent for Ohio State.

Williams has officially visited Florida State and Texas A&M.

He still plans to officially visit LSU this weekend.

"I'm looking forward to seeing how the campus is," Williams said of LSU. "I'm familiar with (Tigers Offensive Line) coach (Jeff) Grimes and coach (Les) Miles. I want to get the experience at LSU since I've never been there before."

Williams said he will make that trip with his uncle. He doesn't believe his mother will be joining him.

For his final official visit, January 29, Williams said he plans to go to either Oklahoma, Florida, Miami or Nebraska. He hasn't made a decision on that trip yet.

Williams arrived at Texas A&M Friday with his mother and uncle.

"I enjoyed it," Williams said. "I loved the whole visit. I loved the locker rooms, staff, how the school works, the players, people, stadium and weight room."

Williams met with Aggies coach Kevin Sumlin in his office before exiting.

"He said I could be a big help for them," Williams said. "He said I could come in and do work. He's excited about their new Offensive Coordinator (Noel Mazzone) and said they are working hard to build something great. He's a good coach."

Williams said he has in-home visits this afternoon with Miami, Oklahoma and Florida.

He was unsure of his other in-home visits this week but mentioned that FSU would be by Wednesday or Thursday.

The four-star recruit is ranked as the nation's No. 15 offensive tackle and the No. 2 prospect in the District of Columbia in the 2016 class by 247Sports.com Composite Rankings.
 11 months ago '13        #4499
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VIP Scoop: Fisher Set To See Safety Target

Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher, along with defensive coordinator Charles Kelly, are expected to see New Orleans (La.) McDonogh 35 three-star safety Clifford Chattman on Monday.

FSU went in-home with Chattman on Thursday. Area recruiter Randy Sanders locked up an official visit at that time.

Chattman officially visited Arizona this past weekend. He is expected at FSU this coming weekend, a visit Chattman confirmed again on Monday. Texas A&M is expected to host him on Jan. 29th.

There are no 247Sports.com Crystal Ball predictions for Chattman.

The 247Sports.com Composite ranks Chattman as the No. 44 athlete in the nation.
 11 months ago '13        #4500
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VIP Scoop: Fisher Set To Visit With DT

Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher, along with defensive tackles coach Odell Haggins, is scheduled to see New Orleans (La.) McDonogh 35 four-star defensive tackle Stephon Taylor on Monday.

Taylor tells Noles247.com that he will also be officially visiting FSU this weekend, as we reported last week.

The 6-foot-4, 292-pound defensive tackle officially visited Texas this past weekend. He has also been to Oklahoma. Other visits are not set in stone beyond his upcoming trip to Tallahassee.

LSU leads Texas on the 247Sports.com Crystal Ball.

The 247Sports.com Composite ranks Taylor as the No. 289 prospect in the nation and No. 28 defensive tackle.
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