In a nine game season that is now over, Massey totaled 1,036 yards both rushing and catching the ball and hit pay dirt 10 times on the season. Massey has the ability to play defense too, but he says, “Nah, they wouldn't let me,” with a laugh.
The Gators are ahead of Oklahoma, South Carolina, and now Auburn is also in the mix. He likes what the staff has laid out for him, which is to use him in different places on offense and to return punts and kickoffs as well. “
The plan they have and things they've said so far,” Massey said of why the Gators are the leaders at the moment. “And I haven't even seen the place or met with most the coaches, but it just feels right as of now. They're winning which of course helps a lot. My Momma loves them. They talk with her a lot.”
Originally from Mauldin High in South Carolina, Massey says he will be visiting the Gators for the Florida State weekend. He will enroll in the school he chooses by January and will have a decision by Dec. 14. He knows what he is looking for in a final destination.
“I'll announce basically off of how I’m going to be used and the plan to get me the ball and who feels like a better fit,” he said.