Jax WR Likes Two In-State Schools

<b>Mike McIntosh</b>, a 6-foot-1 and 180 pound wide receiver with 4.4 speed from Jacksonville (Fla.) First Coast, is considered one of the top players in the state at his position. The First Coast standout has two schools rising up his list.


"I'm considering staying in-state," McIntosh said. "All the schools that I'm considering are recruiting me real hard. I'm going to visit unofficially for the Florida/Florida State game."

McIntosh has already taken an official visit to LSU and he has plans to visit Clemson, Florida, and Florida State officially during the first three weeks of January.

"I'm looking for early playing time," he said. "Personally, I feel I can compete for early playing time at every school. That's my main goal is to compete for playing time."

The First Coast high school senior has met a few other prospects considering Florida State, including Daytona Beach Seabreeze standout quarterback Xavier Lee. Will his relationship with Lee be a factor?
"I'm going to looking to see what move he makes," McIntosh said. "However, I'm looking at the best situation for me."
Last year as a junior, McIntosh was an outstanding quarterback. As a senior he moved to wide receiver and didn't miss a beat. Through nine games as a senior, he has caught 23 passes for 467 yards and six touchdowns.

McIntosh is close to qualifying academically with a 2.6 grade point average.

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