Bo Scarborough likes four
"I got an offer from Florida State yesterday," said Bo Scarborough. "One of my coaches called me. He said they wanted to talk to me. They said I have offer from them. I spoke with coach Craig.
"It's a big offer. They have plenty of top guys coming to their school. They are always one of the top teams in the nation. Whenever I get a chance I am going to try to go down there."
Scarborough will visit Alabama next Monday. He also plans to visit Florida and Michigan in June. These three schools hit the favorites list.
"I don't really have a top five right now, but I do have four schools I like a lot," he said. "My favorites are Alabama, Florida, Michigan and Georgia. Alabama was my favorite, but I don't really have an overall leader right now. I am keeping my options open."
Scarborough added a little more insight about these four programs.
Alabama: "I really don't know right now where Alabama wants me to play. They have talked to me about receiver, tight end and running back. I really just want to play running back. I will see really where they want me next Monday."
Florida: "Florida moved to pro-style offense and that's what we do. It wouldn't be hard for me. I would be used to it. They run the split back. I like that."
Michigan: "They are recruiting me as an athlete. Sooner or later it will come down to most schools offering me as running back. I want to play running back."
Georgia: "They run the ball a lot. It could be a good school to go to."
The No. 1 prospect in the state Alabama in next year's class is not in any rush to make a decision.
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