"I'm looking at Georgia, Clemson, Auburn, Florida and Mississippi State. I like Alabama too though," Nick Kyles said.
What stands out about each of those programs?
Georgia: "It's close to home, they have good team, a lot of tradition, and a great coach. I like the atmosphere there also."
Clemson: "They have a good team and a good coach. My cousin Leroy Hill plays there."
Auburn: "I like Auburn because I want to play in the SEC. I've really liked them since I was young and they are killing it this year."
Florida: "They pass the ball a lot and if I go there it would give me lots of opportunities."
Mississippi State: "I don't know too much but I liked the coaches when they came to my school."
Alabama: "I like Alabama because I think I could play early there. I like the coaches too."
What does he want in the school of his choice?
"Probably just to see if I can come in and play right off the bat. I want to win a lot also."
Is Kyles ready to schedule any visits?
"No I haven't set any official visits yet, but I know that I'm going to Georgia, Clemson, Auburn and Florida for sure."
Nick's team was knocked out of the playoffs Friday night, but how did his season go up until that game?
"The last time I checked I think I had like 920 yards receiving on about 55 catches and 11 touchdowns."
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