"Florida State, Georgia, Miami, Wake Forest, Alabama, and Pittsburgh are my leaders. All of them have offered me."
What does Greg Carr like about each of his finalists?
Florida State: "The tradition there is just really good."
"Their coaches told me that may lose 4-6 receivers after this year, and
that really gets your attention pretty quick."
Miami: "They have great
tradition, and they have a reputation of developing great players."
Forest: "They are a pretty young team, and like Georgia they are losing
Pittsburgh: "I watched them on TV, and they love to
throw the football."
Alabama: "They are going to lose some receivers as well, and I really like the coaching staff.
What is the most important factor in Greg's decision?
"Just feeling like I fit in is the biggest thing. Playing early is nice,
but it's not everything to me."
Carr has yet to set any official visits, and he has only been on one
unofficial this season (Florida State/Colorado). He currently has 35 catches,
and 12 TD's.
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