Deerfield Beach (Fla.) 2017 4-star wide receiver Jerry Jeudy is one of the top athletes in the 2017 class.He made his second visit to Tallahassee on Saturday, but it was his first time visiting outside of a camp setting.
"It was great," Jeudy said. "I love what I saw. It was a nice facility. It was my first time actually visiting around here, and I saw what I expected to see."
The Florida State coaching staff made sure that Jeudy knew that he was one of their top priorities.
"They were talking about how they would use me in their offense, and how I'm one of their top priorities," Jeudy said.
The facilities at Florida State really stood out to Jeudy on his visit.
"The facility is beautiful," Jeudy said.
Florida State wide receivers coach Lawrence Dawsey and head coach Jimbo Fisher told Jeudy that they would use him similar to how he uses a current Seminole wide receiver.
"He said he will use me as an in and out receiver," Jeudy said. "Like Travis Rudolph."
This visit really stood out to Jeudy, and raised his opinion of the Seminoles.
"I liked FSU, but now that I saw it, it raised it higher," Jeudy said. "It's a beautiful school."
Jeudy has a top list of schools that include Alabama, Florida, Tennessee, Georgia, Ohio State, Clemson, Florida State, and South Carolina.
Jeudy plans to visit multiple schools in the spring, but he is not sure which ones he will be going to yet.
The 6-foot-1, 175-pound Jeudy is rated as the No. 4 athlete and No. 30 overall prospect in the 2017 Scout 300.