All-American QB Visits FSU

With the status of quarterback Wyatt Sexton uncertain, it makes landing a player at that position more of a priority. Last Sunday one of the top quarterbacks in the country took an unofficial visit to Florida State.

Tim Tebow of St .Augustine (Fla.) Nease has been offered by practically every team in the country. On Sunday he visited Tallahassee and on Monday he attended the University of Florida football camp.

"On Sunday, we spend most of the day visiting with the quarterback coach and coach McHale," Tim Tebow said. "Coach Bowden wasn't there. I'm not sure where he was. We spent time watching a lot of film and discussing their offensive philosophy."

What are the 6-foot-3 and 225 pound standout's thoughts on the new Seminole offensive line coach?

"He's a great recruiter and he's very knowledgeable," Tebow said. "I know he coached Bryon Leftwich at Marshall. He's a good coach that's going to help the team."

After his visit to Tallahassee, the Nease quarterback headed to Gainesville to attend Florida's Monday's session camp.

"I had a good time and there were a lot of good athletes," he said. "Coach Meyer has a proven track record and he knows his stuff." asked the All-American to break down the two school's offenses.

"Florida spreads it out a little more," he said. "Florida State runs the ball a little more. Both offenses are good and they make big-plays."

Shortly, Tebow will be headed to the Philippines and he won't be taking any more visits until the fall.

"I'll probably make a decision when I feel comfortable with a school," he said.

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