LB Eugene Hayes
6-1, 218, 4.6
Madison County High School
Florida native Geno Hayes traveled to Tallahassee this weekend to see what the Noles had to offer, just a week after visiting Clemson, and two weeks after visiting Tennessee. "It was a good visit. My host was Ernie Simms," Hayes told CUTigers.com.
When asked how he would rate the visit on a scale of one to ten, Hayes responded, "I would probably give it a nine. We had a good time."
And how did the visit compare with the visit to Clemson and Tennessee? "They were all good. I liked them all about the same."
And what about a commitment? Did Hayes commit to the Noles?
"No I did not make a commitment this weekend or anything. I know where I will go but I will wait until signing day to make my announcement," said Hayes.
"To be honest, I had my mind made up before the weekend."
The Clemson coaching staff has not talked with Hayes since the visit. "Clemson has called already today, but I wasn't able to answer the phone," said the four-star linebacker.
What was the highlight of the visit for Hayes? "There wasn't really any highlight. I've already seen everything before the visit."
Hayes has scheduled a press conference for 1:40 on Wednesday when he will announce which team he play for in college.
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding linebacker from Florida, right up through signing day.
Hayes Has Made Up His Mind
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