WR Mike McIntosh
6-2, 182, 4.40
First Coast High School
Clemson and Auburn are no longer the top 2 favorites for the First Coast High superstar as they no longer hold an advantage over the other schools in his top 5. "Florida State, Miami, Clemson, Auburn and Tennessee are my top 5," stated McIntosh.
Florida State is a new addition to his top 5 as they have come on strong over the past week. "I talked with them. They had my wrong address so I wasn't getting their mail. They are very, very interested in me." McIntosh has offers from his entire top 5 as well as many other top programs from around the country.
Although Clemson no longer shares the lead with only Auburn as they did a week ago, the Tigers are still very much in the mix for McIntosh. "Yeah they are. They are still even. I'm still good with Coach Swinney. He's a great coach. I would like to have a chance to play for him."
The 6-2, 180 pound prospect plans to visit Clemson later this season with teammate Brandon Croley. "I plan to come with Brandon for the Florida State game. McIntosh does not plan to make a commitment until completing his visits later this fall. He has already visited Auburn and plans to visit Clemson, Florida State, Miami and Tennessee.
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding receiver from Florida, right up through signing day 2004.
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