Michigan TE McGregor loves FSU visit; leaves with offer from 'Noles
A number of heavily recruited college football prospects are making their way through Tallahassee this spring to check out Florida State's spring practice, but not many are traveling quite as far as Port Huron, Mich., standout Braiden McGregor.
McGregor, a versatile player who is being recruited by various schools to play linebacker, tight end and defensive end, made the trip with his family. And the Seminoles made it clear how much they would like to see the 6-foot-6, 245-pounder in their offense.
Although he is rated a three-star linebacker by Rivals, McGregor already has a who's who list of offers, including Alabama, Clemson, Michigan, Miami, Ohio State and Oregon. So it was clearly going to take something special to catch his attention when he was in Tallahassee on Thursday and Friday, and it sounds like Florida State accomplished just that.
"It was really good," McGregor said. "I saw everything I needed to see. The people and the culture really is changing down here. I sat down with Coach [Willie] Taggart for about an hour, and that conversations was really unique compared to other places. You see the changes when you are here. I really like what they have going on here."
McGregor was able to watch FSU practice on Friday, and he came away impressed by what he saw. The Seminoles' coaches also showed how impressed they are with McGregor by offering him a scholarship at the end of the visit.
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