Enoicy knows nothing is official

Adly Enoicy is attracting a lot of early interest and some schools have told him that he has an offer from them. He talks about what that means to him, who he favored as a child, and more here.

"Schools like South Carolina, Florida, Florida State, Miami, USC, and Vanderbilt have offered me," Adly Enoicy told Scout.

Enoicy is a 6-foot-4, 215 pound wide receiver out of Delray Beach (Fla.) Atlantic and out of the 'big three' in Florida, the school closest to home was first to offer.

"Miami was the first school to offer me and they offered me on a Junior Day when I visited them earlier this year. I went down to see what it was like and I talked to the coaches, and they offered me. It was pretty exciting for me."

Enoicy's teammate Keith Bryant is committed to UM and the school is not far from home, but one thing in particular stood out that day.

"I like the coaches at Miami. They seem very friendly and they really seem like they want me to be part of their program. I had a good time there and I will be going back to talk with them more."

Miami is not the only school Enoicy has visited to date. He spent time in Gainesville last fall.

"I went to Florida for a football last year when they played Alabama and the fans really stood out to me. They are loud and that was the biggest attraction. I liked it there because of the fans and how they were so loud. The environment was great that day."

Right now, this rising junior does not have a leader, but a couple of different schools were on his mind growing up.

"I liked Miami until I was about seven or eight, but it was Ohio State after that," he said. "Most down here like Miami and they have a good program, but I just like how Ohio State plays the game. I like a lot of their players too - Guys like Santonio Holmes, Ten Ginn, and people like that caught my attention.

"I still follow them and watch them play, but I am really keeping my options open now. Since I started getting offers, things changed a little, and I do not have any favorites."

Eniocy is not getting too caught up with the term 'offer' yet. He knows there is still a long ways to go.

"To me, these offers do not mean anything right now. Until I get the letters with the official offer on it during my senior year, I won't think much about the offers. I will just keep working hard, trying to get better, and then worry about offers when I am a senior."

Chad Simmons is currently a National Recruiting Analyst for FOX Sports/Scout. He started with Scout in 2003 and then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become South Recruiting Manager.
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