Noles Lead For Michigan Standout

<b>Carl Grimes</b>, a 5-foot-9, 175-pound wide receiver with blazing 4.4 40-yard dash speed, is no longer committed to Michigan State. The <b>Florida State Seminoles </b> are now his leader and with a good visit to Tallahassee in December, the Noles could land a verbal commitment from him. Click here for all the news. "I want to make sure first," Grimes told TheTerritory Saturday.

"Coach Sexton wants me to come down in December," Grimes told TheTerritory Saturday.

"If all goes well, I'll officially commit to Florida State."

What are the chances of that happening?

"I would say a 100 percent," he said.

"I want to make sure first. I hope that's my one and only visit. Florida State is the best of the best. They have the best competition and athletics."

Grimes rushed for 800 yards and he had 935 receiving yards last season as a junior.

This year he and his team are off to a perfect record of 3-0.

"Against the No 1 Team in state I had six catches for 98 yards and three touchdowns," he said.

Grimes, a solid student who carries a 3.5 grade point average, is also standout in track. He's the reigning 100-meter champion in the state of Michigan by running a blazing 10.6 time. The Michigan native also placed third in the state in the 200-meter.

Some people in Michigan think that Grimes game is a lot like Miami's all-purpose star Roscoe Parrish.

"I model my game after him," Grimes said.


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