The 6-foot-2, 190 pound prospect is not ready to name a leader. "I'm still open. I don't really have a leader," said Kyles.
When asked when he plans to make a decision, Kyles responded, "I want to take my official visits before I make a commitment."
Even though the Tigers picked commitments from two three-star receivers last week, Kyles is still very interested in the Tigers. "They still have a good shot," stated the prize recruit.
Kyles continues his impressive play on the basketball court for Baldwin High School. "I had 17 points the night Coach Swinney visited last week. I had 15 points Friday night."
The Gators will pay a visit this week to the talented receiver. "Florida is supposed to visit this week. I am not sure who else will visit."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding receiver from Georgia, right up through signing day 2005.
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