Rebs pick up official visit from Florida LB
"I am going to South Florida (1/12), Ole Miss (1/19), and Auburn (1/26). I am still talking with Miami too," added Calvin Sutton.
Which colleges have offered Scout.com's #31 nationally ranked WLB a scholarship?
"Those three plus Auburn, Alabama, Nebraska, and Kentucky."
What stands out about each college?
South Florida - "It is close to home. The people on campus will make me feel at home so I do not get homesick. They are the only school I know much about."
Ole Miss - "They play true freshmen. If you beat out the older man, they let you play. Plus, they are recruiting me the hardest. They have come by my house a couple of times and shown me their facilities."
Auburn - "I do not know too much about them, but I will learn a lot more about them when I take my visit."
Miami - "They are still in Florida. They have a good team, and their defense likes to play."
What will Calvin look for when he is trying to make a final decision?
"When I get up there on my visit, I want to see how the team reacts to me. Do they make me feel at home and make feel like I am needed, or am I out of place? I want to feel wanted where ever I go."
Sutton made 161 tackles for Deland High this Fall.
What improvements did he make from his junior campaign that saw him collect 116 tackles?
"I moved around a little more. I was more active this season."
Calvin claims a 2.7 GPA / 640 SAT.
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