Bobby Visits Four-Star OL

Florida State is a strong contender for the top offensive line prospect in the state. The 6-foot-5 and 342 pound four-star standout has already visited Florida State. Up next for him are visits to Oklahoma, Florida and Ole Miss.

"I leave for Florida this Friday," Matt Hardrick of Orlando (Fla.) Edgewater said. "On Sunday I will leave for Oklahoma and I will go to Ole Miss on (1/28)."

Recently, Florida State's head coach Bobby Bowden and running back coach Billy Sexton paid him an-home visit.

"We talked about what kind of an impact I could have and they hope I pass my test," he said. "Coach said that they probably would have a new offensive line coach by the end of the week. He's supposed to call me then."

Hardrick and his teammate Quinton Brown have talked about playing at the same school. What's the latest on that front?

"We've talked about it," he said. "Right now Florida State is number one on my list. Florida State is number one on his list also while North Carolina State is number two with him."

Hardrick keeps in close contact with two former high school teammates that play for the Seminoles.

"I talk with Aaron Jones and Kenny Ingram," he said. "They tell me Florida State is a great school."

The Orlando Edgewater senior credits himself with 30+ pancake blocks this season. His team went 12-2 and lost to Miami Killian (12/11) 28-7 in the championship game.

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