Florida State hosted a plethora of recruits at Saturday's game against the Boston College but there was one prospect in attendance that everyone is following the every move of.
Scout.com's No. 1-rated wide receiver Arrelious Benn made the long trip from Washington D.C. to visit FSU's campus and check out the facilities. He arrived Saturday morning and will be leaving today (Monday).
"My visit is going pretty good," Benn told RenegadeReport.com. "I have enjoyed talking with the coaches and the players."
Benn boasts an impressive list of scholarship offers from nearly all of the top collegiate programs in the country. FSU is on his short list of schools of serious interest.
"My favorites are Florida State, Notre Dame, Illinois and Maryland are my favorites," he said.
Benn admitted that he is primarily looking at the offenses of the previously mentioned schools but said that FSU's struggles in that department wouldn't necessarily be a negative factor.
"I think I can help them," he said about the Seminoles. "I am a game changer and I think they could use a player like that."
Another possible hindrance for the Tribe is the distance from his home in the Northeast. But according to the Dunbar High standout says that's not a factor either.
"I feel real comfortable down here. I like it a lot. It feels like home," Benn said.
He was hosted by Myron Rolle.
Did Benn enjoy Tallahassee trip?
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