"I got an offer from Kentucky. My top five is Georgia, Florida State, Clemson, LSU, and Florida," Nick Kyles said.
What does he like about each of his favorites?
Georgia: "They're going to be losing a lot receivers and I think I can
come in and play. They're also close to home."
Florida St: "Bobby Bowden is a legend. They've had a bunch of real good
Clemson: "My cousin Leroy Hill goes there. I've been there and I like
the campus. I also like their colors."
Florida: "They pass the ball a lot and they have a good quarterback with
At 6'2 180lbs with very good quickness, Kyles can do any number of things
well on the field. What does Kyles think he does the best?
"I run the best routes, and I catch the ball. I don't miss
What will he be looking for most of all in a school?
"I want good facilities, great teammates, and a good coach. I want to
stay close to home also."
Can we expect an early decision from Kyles or will he take his time?
"I'm more likely to take my time. I may wait until signing day, or after
The Baldwin County star grew up a Georgia and Florida State fan, but there
will be a multitude of schools looking to make it tough on the Dawgs and Noles
for Nick's signature.
In the end, the decision could ultimately boil down to Nick's twin brother
Jarvis. Jarvis Kyles is a DB prospect for the class of 2005, and the two would
like to continue with one another to the next level. This should be an
interesting recruiting war to watch in the coming season.
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