"I'm just working and going to night school so I can graduate in December," offensive tackle Antwane Greenlee said.
The Seminole soft commitment recently visited the home-state Georgia Bulldogs.
"I went to Georgia this past weekend with Bruce Figgins and I really enjoyed it," he said. "I was little hesitant to go because I've been there three times before. However, I was shown some things this time that I haven't seen before. I got to meet the family members of all the coaches. I saw the non-football side of Georgia. I really enjoyed myself."
Greenlee will camp at Florida State for their second camp session. He will also visit LSU and Tennessee.
"I'm still committed to Florida State because that's where my heart is," he said. "There's about an 80% chance that I will end up at Florida State. What I'm going to do is visit LSU and Tennessee in late July and make my final decision. After my final decision, I won't take anymore call from the coaches. There's a lot of pressure now. After Florida State, I like Georgia and Florida."
What about his friend Chris Little? Are they still going to play at the same school?
"I know Chris is going to camp at Florida State and I've been trying to get him to come with me but I think he really likes Clemson now," Greenlee said. "He's got like three former high school teammates there and he could play early."
Greenlee is Close to a Final Decision
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