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One of the country's top offensive linemen resides in Milwaukee (WI) Saint Francis. Born and raised in the Midwest, the 6-foot-7 and 325 pound standout is naturally looking at programs such as Wisconsin, Michigan Notre Dame and Ohio State. Do the Noles stand a chance?

"Florida State just offered yesterday," Josh Oglesby said. "I talked with Coach John Lilly on the phone and he said in the 11 years of coaching at Florida State, that they haven't signed a player from Wisconsin. I plan on visiting Florida State both unofficially and officially."

The native from Wisconsin native grew up a fan of the local Badgers.

"I grew up fan of the Badgers because that's all I knew but I'm starting to open up my horizons now," he said. "I watched all the prestigious programs on TV like Notre Dame, USC, Florida State and Michigan. They are all programs that have one multiple championships."

What does he like about the Seminoles?

"Bobby Bowden is the active all-time winningest coach," he said. "I grew up a big fan of the Seminoles. I need to go down there and educate myself."

Ogelsby has always been a head of the class.

"When I was in the 6th grade, I was 6-foot-2 and 250 pounds," he said. "I played in a young league with high school kids."

What is the All-American looking for in a college?

"I'm looking for a school with good academics," he said. "Another factor will be great coaches that teach so I can fulfill my dream of playing at the next level."

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