3 Visits Down, 2 to Go for National Hot 100 CB

<b>Michael Ray Garvin</b> of Ramsey, NJ is one of the top corners in the country. Garvin is about as quick as they come and will have a chance to showcase his speed and coverage skills in this years Army All-American Bowl. Garvin has three official visits down and two to go. Who will get the last two visits, and is he ready to name a leader?

"My last two visits will be to Oklahoma and Notre Dame," said Michael Ray Garvin.

"I will visit Oklahoma the weekend of December 12th and I haven't set a date for the Notre Dame visit."

Garvin has taken official visits to Florida State, Georgia and most recently, Colorado (Father's alma mater). Before the visit to Boulder, CO, Garvin was listing the Noles and Dawgs as his top two. Is that still the case?

"Georgia and Florida State are still my top two. They are a little ahead of the others right now."

What will be some of the keys that help Garvin pick his destination?

"The main things are me getting a good education and me being somewhere that I will comfortable at for four years. Those are big things for me."

Garvin plays for one of the top High School programs in the East at Don Bosco Prep. They have lost one game in the last three years and begin the playoff stretch this Saturday. On the regular season (nine games), Garvin had 1,091 yards on 105 carries for a 10.4 yards per carry average to go with 23 touchdowns. He also had 46 tackles and two interceptions (one returned 68 yards for a touchdown).

Garvin may be close to completing his five official visits, but is also mixing in a few other unofficial visits. Coach Garvin (Mike's Father) says, "just because we don't visit a school officially doesn't mean we aren't looking at them seriously."

Garvin and his Father will also travel to two or three bowl games this season and maybe a few practices as well.

Michael Ray Garvin will announce his decision live at the 2005 Army All-American Bowl on January 15th.

Stay tuned to TheScout.com for all the latest on the National Hot 100 prospect out of New Jersey.

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