He was unwilling to name a top five at this point and says he will wait until after the season to take his officials. Florida State has a good chance to get one of his five official visits.
Iheanacho was very excited when he received his offer from tight end coach Tim Brewster. There are a lot of things he likes about the Florida State program.
"I like their freshman quarterback," Iheanacho said. "He makes great decisions and spreads the football around. I like their willingness to throw the football. Being a receiver I want to get the ball so that is big for me. I really like the program as a whole."
Iheanacho just recently started playing football again after taking a year off. He has been staying after practice with his coaches to make up for lost time.
"I am willing to do whatever I have to do to be the best," Iheanacho said. "I have been working on high pointing the football, using my hands and route running mostly.
Iheanacho says that distance will not play a factor in his decision and that he is looking for a place with a home feeling in his school of choice.
"I am looking for a great atmosphere and campus," Iheanacho said. "I want a place that feels like home with the players and staff. A place where I can come in and work to get better.