"It went well and I saw a lot of stuff about the academics," running back C.J. Spiller said. "I would rate my visit to Florida State as an eight and half or nine. The highlight of the trip was meeting some of the players like Ernie Sims, Kamerion Wimbley and Buster Davis. Ernie and Kamerion are funny guys."
In addition to the Seminole football players, the Union County standout got to eat lunch and talk with the Scout.com No.1 player in the country Myron Rolle.
"We talked a little about recruiting and it seemed like he was having a good time," he said. "He's a lot bigger in person than I thought."
Every Seminole coach was on hand for both prospects and the speedy running back got the opportunity to meet with Coach Bobby Bowden.
"The meeting with Coach Bowden went great and he talked about me staying healthy for my senior season." Spiller said.
The Seminole remain the team to beat for Spiller's services.
"Florida State is still my leader because of the tradition of the school," he said. "I will most likely be visiting again for the Miami game."
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