Rabasa Attending FSU's Junior Day

Anthony Rabasa is one of South Florida's top defensive ends for the 2011 class. His recruitment is starting to pick up as schools are showing interest. NoleDigest caught up with Anthony to talk about his recent offer from Florida State and to see where he stands right now with his recruitment.

South Florida is known as one of the best areas of talent in the nation when it comes to high school football. When a player is named to the All-County and All-State 6A like Anthony Rabasa was this past year that means the recruit has talent and is one people should keep an eye on.

Rabasa had a standout junior season for Columbus High as he had over 80 tackles and 10 sacks on the season. Anthony's recruitment is just getting started as he has 3 offers at this time, but he expects other programs to come calling over the spring.

"I recently got offered my Florida State which was great," Rabasa said, "and I also have offers from Miami and FIU. Others schools showing me interest are Rutgers, UCLA, Michigan and Notre Dame. I went to Florida's Junior Day and I think they'll be offering me soon."

Coach Coley from FSU has been the main coach staying in contact with Anthony.

"Coach Coley was the one who offered me," said Rabasa. "We've talked about the depth at my position and mainly about coming up to Junior Day this weekend. I was excited when I got the offer and I am looking forward to this weekend."

Anthony is open to all the schools recruiting him and he says he is looking for 3 things from the school he'll eventually choose.

"I open to all the schools and I am waiting for some more offers to roll in," said Rabasa. "I do know I am looking for playing time, a great college town, and just a great place to be for the next 4 years of my life."

Stay tuned to NoleDigest for much more from Rabasa after the Junior Day this weekend.

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