Miss LB Gives Noles A High Mark

With over a dozen visitors this past weekend at Florida State, one player that did not get mentioned much is <b>Garry Pack.</b> The 6-foot-2 and 215 pound linebacker is at the top of the Florida State recruiting board. Not only made a name for himself on the defensive side of the football, Pack is also a solid running back as well.

br>With over a dozen visitors this past weekend at Florida State, one player that did not get mentioned much is Gary Pack. The 6-foot-2 and 215 pound linebacker is at the top of the Florida State recruiting board. Not only made a name for himself on the defensive side of the football, Pack is also a solid running back as well.

So who leads for the Magnolia State linebacker?

"Florida State, Mississippi and Tennessee are all even at this time," he said.

When rating his visit Pack came away with the same feeling many of the other visitors this weekend felt.

"It was a 10," he said. "I had a great time and the other recruits seem to really be enjoying themselves as well."

When we spoke with Pack tonight the highlight of his trip seemed to be the same as the other recruits.

"Running out of the stadium and hearing my name called in the starting lineup was pretty neat," he said. "I also liked the way they had our names on the jerseys and had helmets and gloves already for us to suit up and play that got me excited."

Not only did Pack have a good time with the other recruits he enjoyed hanging out with his host.

"Sam McGrew showed me a good time,' Pack said. "We also hung out with AJ Nicholson and Ray Piquon."

After his visit from Florida State, Pack got and in home visit from the Seminoles linebacker coach Kevin Steele.

"He is a great guy; I can see myself playing in Coach Steele defense," Pack said. "He is really energetic and can get anyone pumped up to play. My mother also got to meet Coach Steele and she liked him a lot as well."

So does Pack have a deadline to make a decision on where he will go to college?

"No I will wait to signing day to make a decision," he said. "It will be a tough decision because I like all three schools."

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