From Delray Beach (FL) American Heritage Darius Millines has 17 offers from schools including Alabama, Miami, Minnesota, Rutgers, Wake Forest and many more.
"It's basically Florida and West Virginia right now," he said.
While West Virginia is sitting at number two, it's the Gators in the top spot.
"Coach Gonzales and I email each other all the time and I call him a bunch. We have a great relationship and most of the time don't talk about football but life. We are getting to know each other better each day."
While Millines would love nothing more than to attend Friday Night Lights, it is still up in the air at this time.
"My coach and a few of my teammates are leaving on July to head up to New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia to see a few schools but mostly we will hit some camps. I hope to make it to Friday Night Lights but I am not sure how long we are going to be gone."
Tennessee and Michigan State were the latest two teams to offer the 6-0, 180-pound receiver and UCF, Pittsburgh and Purdue are close to offering.
Millines Focusing on Two
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