One of the top corner back prospects in the Nation is New Jersey's Michael Ray Garvin. Garvin has offers from just about every top school in the country and plans to make his decision known during the Army All-Star game brought to you by Scout.com. Garvin has already taken two official visits this year and had another one scheduled for this weekend. Garvin has two schools that remain in the lead for now, but is not ruling anyone out yet.
"Georgia and Florida State are still my leaders right now," said Garvin.
Both of those southern powers have already hosted Mr. Garvin and his family for official visits this year. Garvin had a trip to Oklahoma planned for this weekend, but that had to be pushed back.
"I was supposed to leave early Saturday morning for my trip to Oklahoma, but my high school game got moved to Saturday, so that trip has been postponed. I haven't set anything up yet, but I am pretty sure it will be after the season."
What other two schools does this New Jersey Prep Star plan to visit?
"Colorado will get a visit after the season and it looks like Purdue will get the fifth official visit."
Garvin has helped lead Don Bosco Prep School to a 4-1 record so far this season. Garvin carried the ball eight times for 108 yards with five touchdowns in this past weekend's victory.
Garvin is an electric player…he plays special teams (blocks punts), kick off return, corner back has impressive numbers running the ball. Mike Garvin is set to make his announcement on National Television during the U.S. Army National All Star game in January of 2005 that is brought to you by Scout.com.
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