Did La Marque DB Like Tally?

On Sunday, The Territory caught up one of the most underrated defensive backs in the country. Will he call Tallahassee his home four the next four or five years of his life?

"I didn't commit yet," cornerback Korey Mangum said. "I will probably sit down with my family and make a decision on Monday or Tuesday."

How was his overall visit?

"I had a lot of fun," he said. "We went out and hung out with the players. My host was Dee McClure and I also hung out with Tony Carter. I would rate my visit a seven."

Mangum was the cornerstone to a La Marque (TX) powerhouse high school football which competes year in and out for state championships. Two of his teammate's running back Russell Ball (cousin) and safety Clarence Ward are Seminole commitments.

Mangum, who on track to qualify academically, really turned some heads out in San Antonio during Army All-American practices.

"I thought I matched up well," he said. "Fred Rouse is straight. He's got real nice hands."

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