"Right now, I'm getting interest from Alabama, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Marshall, Florida, Tennessee and Purdue," said Adam Urbano. "Tulane called my coach and said they are going to be at spring practice and I know Maryland called about coming down as well."
On Saturday, Urbano will be visiting Florida State for their junior day. He talks about visiting the Seminoles and where they stand in his recruiting.
"I want to check out the sports complex. I would like to meet the coaches and maybe get a chance to talk to them. I want to find out as much about Florida State as I can."
"I would love to go play for Florida State. Playing for one of the best coaches in college football history would be pretty good. They've got a really good program."
Which school leads for this talented 5-foot-9, 183-pound prospect from Calhoun, Georgia.
"Florida would have to be my first choice," said Urbano. "I like Alabama, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Mississippi State and of course, Florida State."
Urbano said he plans to visit Tennessee and he may go to the Mississippi State spring game.
Calhoun RB To Visit Florida State
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