Florida DB talks recruiting, Duke

Devin Abraham has already visited some schools in 2013 and he talks about those, his future plans, and when he will commit right here.

Iowa State, Middle Tennessee, North Carolina, Ohio, South Alabama, and South Florida have offered Devin Abraham a scholarship to date.

The 5-foot-7, 175 pound junior out of Tarpon Springs (Fla.) East Lake is also hearing from Boise State, Duke, and Georgia Tech at this time.

He has taken three visits so far in 2013 and he talks about those trips.

"When I went to Junior Day at USF, I met with the new staff and they are pretty cool guys. I really liked them and they seem like they will do a good job and turn things around. I like how USF is close to home too and it would be cool to be near my friends and family.

"When I visited Duke, the history there stood out to me. People think it is all basketball there, but there is more to Duke than basketball, football, and sports. The academics there are great and the whole group of coaches seem like good people.

"I have visited Georgia Tech too and I like how it is located right in the middle of the city of Atlanta. It is a beautiful place to be and I like how the coaches are all about getting their players to graduate."

Each school impressed Abraham and he would like to be offered by Duke and Georgia Tech, but at this time, he has no leader.

"I am open right now and I really don't have any favorites. I am looking at all the schools the same way."

He will just take things slow, let them develop, and make a decision when he feels he is ready.

"I am not really sure," Abraham told Scout when's asked about a decision. "It will just be when I feel it is the right time. I will probably take some more visits, then do it when it feels right."

The field general out of East Lake does not know when he will make a decision and he does not know which position he will play on the next level yet either.

"Honestly I know I can play both corner and safety, so it really doesn't matter to me. I do not get that much work at corner at East Lake, but my dad (Former NFL CB Donnie Abraham) helps me there.

"I play safety in high school, so I can play whatever position the coaches want me to at the school I go to. I am open to either."

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