Alabama DE Talks FSU Visit
"It was pretty awesome," defensive lineman Bobby Greenwood said. "We were able to have a lot more one-on-one action with the coaches. There were not a lot of players there. We got to watch a lot of film. D.J. Norris was my player host. He was real nice. We met up with a few other players. They all treated me good. The coaching staff is just full of great guys."
After naming Alabama as his favorite prior to his visit, Florida State has now made things a little tougher.
When asked to compare the two visits, Greenwood replied, "It's really hard to say right now. Both of the visits were great."
It was believed Greenwood would make a decision after his visit to Tallahassee, but he will take one more visit.
"I am still going to take my visit to Auburn this weekend. Hopefully by the end of next week, I will have a decision," said Greenwood.
Alabama received their 29th verbal commitment Tuesday night, but Greenwood does not feel any pressure to make a commitment.
"I don't think there is any pressure on me. I have talked with the Alabama coaches. They have told me there is no reason to rush, and that I need to make the right decision."
One coach visited with Greenwood Wednesday, and more are expected throughout the week.
"Coach Whitt (Auburn) came by the school today. The visit was real nice. We were talking about this weekend. Coach Andrews (Florida State) is suppose to come tomorrow. Coach Randolph (Alabama) is coming to visit with me on Friday," Greenwood said.
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