Tigers have a good shot with Goldman


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Eddie Goldman - Defensive Line
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Height: 6-4   Weight: 305   Hometown: Washington DC, (Friendship Academy HS)   Class: 2012
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Eddie Goldman Eddie Goldman
Defensive Line
6-4, 305
Washington DC,

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's recruiting is going just as his head coach planned.

"I think everything has to be somewhat of a timeline," Abdul-Rahim said. "Especially with elite players; I think you have to map out their schedule."

Those wishing to speculate might see fewer than the seven suitors Goldman recently cited as semifinalists: California, Clemson, Auburn, Alabama, Florida State, Miami and Maryland.

Goldman has spent a lot of time in the South, which would seem to limit California and Maryland's chances. Miami, as has been well documented, is a mess and is losing prospects almost as fast as credibility.

The SEC seems a likely destination for Goldman, but don't rule out Clemson or Florida State. Both schools, especially the Tigers, have only to put the finishing touches on their 2012 classes so they can focus on the few prospects, including Goldman, who remain on their board.

He will play in the US Army All American Game. He has made unofficial visits to Miami, Georgia, Clemson, NC State, UNC, Maryland, Auburn, Alabama, Florida and FSU. Has camped at Penn State and Miami. Class of 2012 ESPNU 150 Watch List Recruit.

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Eddie Goldman Recruiting Profile
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