Sunday Night Recruiting Updates

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Updates on the 5 prospects the Tigers currently have left on their board from Mickey Plyler's George Coleman Ford Recruiting Show on Sunday Night.

The nation’s top all-purpose running back C.J. Spiller of Lake Butler, Fl visited Florida State this weekend. He has now eliminated Southern Cal and Miami. He is down to Florida, Florida State and Clemson. He has not made a decision yet between those three schools. If he has a decision on signing day it would be at 10:00AM from his high school gym but it might go past signing day.

RB Marcus Simms (6-0 211) of Tallahassee visited Florida State this weekend. He is not currently doing any interviews. He will choose from Clemson, Florida State and Southern Cal. Alabama and Miami have been eliminated. He will sign on Wednesday at 2:30.

Simms’ teammate DB Ochuko Jenije also visited Florida State this weekend and said he had a great trip. He is currently favoring Florida State and Clemson. He will also sign on Wednesday at 2:30 and there will be no announcements before then.

RB Terry Grant visited Memphis this weekend. He has also visited Clemson, Alabama, Florida State and Southern Miss. He might announce on signing day but he might go past signing day as well.

TE Dennis Godfrey (6-4 260) of Sanford, NC visited Virginia Tech this weekend. He will not return to either late Sunday night or early Monday morning. It’s possible he could have announcement on Monday. Godfrey has been committed to Wake Forest. He is also considering Clemson, USC and Virginia.

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