The recruitment of Georgia native Antwan Greenlee has been anything but normal.
The 6-foot-5 and 300-pound was the first verbal commitment for the Seminoles this past summer but quickly switched to the Georgia Bulldogs.
Since then, the four-star offensive lineman has remained firm with Georgia. But things could be changing.
A few weeks ago he took a surprise unofficial visit to Tallahassee.
With already a very large class of offensive lineman commited to Georgia and the prssing need for FSU to bring in players at that position, it has Greenlee thinking.
"It's been weighing on my mind that I could play earlier probably somewhere else," Greenlee told RenegadeReport.com. "I just need to keep thinking about it. I'd like to play as soon as possible."
Will he schedule an official visit to Tallahassee anytime soon?
"I am not sure ... probably," Greenlee said with some thought. "I might go there (to FSU) or to Florida on the 12th (of January). I have to decide pretty soon."
Will Greenlee take an official to FSU?
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