"I couldn't get a ride so I couldn't make it," D'Angelo McCray said. "I'm going to either Georgia Tech or Tallahassee for a track meet tomorrow. If I go to the track meet, I will call the Florida State coaches up for a visit. I'm going someplace tomorrow. Coach Geis of Sandalwood talked about driving me up to the Georgia Tech camp."
McCray is also considering Miami and Ole Miss.
"I'll go to Florida's Friday Night Lights the following Friday," he said. "I would like to go to Miami for the Florida State game in September."
Speaking of the Noles, where do they stand with McCray?
"Florida State has like 11 or 12 lineman and if I could get past that depth chart, I would go to Florida State," he said. "Florida is losing five defensive linemen. Some to graduation and I hear Jarvis Moss will be leaving early for the NFL."
Does the First Coast standout still consider himself a firm commitment to the Gators?
"Its kind of soft now," he said. "I pulled the trigger early and I want to see what the others schools have to offer before I make a final decision. I told the Florida coaches that if I do decide to decommit that I'll call them and they won't have to read about it on the internet."
McCray is a solid student in the classroom with a 2.9 grade point average.
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