Many college football fans are as antsy as the recruiters they cheer for as they follow Goldman's recruitment. He said he's down to seven schools: Clemson, Alabama, Auburn, California, Miami, Florida State and Maryland. But upon closer inspection, it seems some schools may have separated themselves from the pack.
Florida State secured the first official visit from Goldman thanks to a strong connection with defensive line coach Odell Haggins. Goldman will be in Tallahassee on Sept. 17 for the Oklahoma game.
"It's going to be a fun trip," he said.
Goldman said he also plans to visit Alabama and Auburn but he's not sure when. A trip to Miami is also likely. After all of the allegations of widespread NCAA violations, Goldman wants to inspect the school up close.
"It's something I've got to see for myself," he said. "I'm still thinking about it. I think about it everyday. It's something to check out."
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.