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DB Jordan Diggs of Cape Coral, FL made a run thru several schools last month and plans to narrow his list to his five for official visits before his first game August 20th. “There’s no more visits,” Diggs said. “Summer is over for me. School starts Monday.” Diggs visited Michigan State, Georgia Tech, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Ole Miss on the road trip. He had hoped to get to USC but a trip thru the Carolinas didn’t pan out. However, that hasn’t affected his interest in the Gamecocks for whom his father was a linebacker. “South Carolina sits pretty well with me,” he said. “I have a good relationship with coach Mangus and I’ve been talking a lot with coach Butler about the spur position. I talked to coach Butler last week.” Diggs does not have a favorite at this point. He said he will choose a school outside of the state of Florida.
DB Eli Shumate of Ramsey, NJ is maintaining regular contact with USC recruiter GA Mangus. “I hear from coach Mangus a lot,” Shumate said. “I call him once a week or every two weeks. He’s saying they really want me, tells me the coaches really want me bad.” Shumate has a top five of USC, Michigan, Georgia Tech, Notre Dame and Rutgers in no order. He will take his official visits and then come up with a favorites’ list. He said USC, Michigan and Notre Dame are possible official visits. Shumate said several factors will come into focus as he makes the choice. “I’m looking at the academic standpoint of the school,” he said. “I’m looking for a place where I can play and be seen on TV every Saturday. I want to go to a place where they love me and where I have a chance to make an impact my freshman year. And I want great coaching. I want to be coached by the best.” Shumate said he’ll make his decision in December after his visits but won’t reveal it until the Army All American Game January 7th.
OL DJ Humphries of Charlotte announced Friday a commitment to Florida. Humphries had narrowed his list to the Gators, USC, Clemson, Tennessee and Auburn.