"Everything is status quo," said Dickey. "I am wide open again and I will still take my visits in Janaury. A lot can change. I was leaning to Florida and Clemson.
In regards to Florida, it depends on who they bring in and what coaches will stay. That offense has been so successful over the years that I wanted to play in it. I will just sit back and wait."
Dickey, from Tallahassee (Fla.) Lincoln High School, has scheduled visits with Clemson (1-11), Miami (1-18) and Southern Cal (1-25) in January. He is the top rated signal caller in the South.
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