Will Four-Star OL Visit the Noles?

Florida State's top recruiting priority for the class of 2007 is at offensive lineman. The Noles are hoping for an unofficial visit from a 6-foot-6 and 315 pound standout from Gainesville (GA). What's the latest?

"I'm going to try and visit Florida State this upcoming weekend," Nick Claytor said. "I'll come down if I can get a ride from my high school offensive line coach."

What is the Peach state standout looking see on his visit to the Noles?

"I want to meet some of the players and checkout their facilities," he said. "I also want see the stadium. I'll need to see what their psychology department is like."

Claytor, a well rounded young-man is very serious about his football. He's also very serious about school.

"I'm looking for a school with a winning football program," he said. "However, academics are more important than football. I don't want to go to a school where it's only a football factory. The quality of signing class around me is important as well."

At one time location was a factor but Claytor and his family is open to the best fit.

"All the schools that I'm considering have good depth charts," he said. "After talking with my mother and my little brother, we've decided that we're open to the best situation."

Claytor has already visited Ohio State and Georgia Tech. Up next for him is a stop in Tallahassee and one the following week at Auburn.

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