Fla DB discusses his recruitment

In a normal year, the state of Florida produces more than 150 division IA players particularly skilled players. The 2007 class is again loaded with a number of skilled players who hold one or more division IA offers. Among the most highly skilled players is David Rowe, who claims offers from Miami, Georgia Tech, Rutgers, South Florida, Cincinnati, and Southern Mississippi.

p>In a normal year, the state of Florida produces more than 150 division IA players particularly skilled players. The 2007 class is again loaded with a number of skilled players who hold one or more division IA offers. Among the most highly skilled players is David Rowe, who claims offers from Miami, Georgia Tech, Rutgers, South Florida, Cincinnati, and Southern Mississippi.

As a junior, Rowe scored eight rushing touchdowns and had 18 catches for 297 yards for 2 scores. He returned 8 kickoffs for 280 yards. But defense is where Rowe excels, where he had 5 interceptions and constantly shut down the opposing receivers prompting quarterbacks to throw elsewhere.

Although he holds six offers along with interest of school such as Tennessee and Florida State, Rowe claims to have no leaders among these suitors. He has the following to say about four of his offers:

Miami - "They are Miami, They are a powerhouse and always have a strong secondary. Ramon Buchanan has committed, he is a good player, and it is a bonus that he is going there. I like their head coach and their defense. They have sent a lot of LBs and DBs to NFL as 1st round draft picks. I really like their coach Michael Barrow who is a good Christian man".

Georgia Tech - "A good school. I would like to have an opportunity to play for a good school and get a good education. They are in the ACC so there will be good competition".

Rutgers - "They had a good year last year and I am looking to find out more about them. They text me a lot".

South Florida - "My brother (who plays baseball) currently goes there and my favorite college player, Michael Jenkins, plays for the school. It is the place to be. I like all of their coaches. They are tagged the next superpower in Florida. A few more recruiting classes and it will be known as the Big 4, not the Big 3."

Rowe will wait until the college football season starts before he takes or makes any college visit. There are four schools where he will likely visit. These schools are South Florida, Tennessee (who is really been making a push), Georgia Tech, and Miami. However, he is no sure when he will make a final decision. That decision can come at anytime when he feels comfortable with a school. As Rowe states, "it is all about how I feel about a school".


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