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Posted Nov 26, 2012 by Bill Ward
Updated Nov 26, 2012 at 08:29 PM
With the end of the prep football season just around the corner and Armwood senior safety Leon McQuay III still planning to enroll at the college of his choice in January, it’s getting close to decision time for the Hawks’ star safety.
Last weekend, McQuay made an official visit to Florida State to witness the Seminoles’ 37-26 loss to Florida. Wednesday night, he will receive a home visit from University of Oregon secondary coach John Neal, McQuay’s father, Leon McQuay, Jr., said.
Depending on what happens to Armwood in the Class 6A state playoffs, the 6-foot-2, 185-pound McQuay is hoping to make an official trip to the University of Southern California early next month. Vanderbilt University is also one of McQuay’s finalists.
McQuay is a 5-star rated recruit by Rivals.com and plans to make his college choice public during the Under Armour All-America game, set for Jan. 4 at St. Petersburg’s Tropicana Field.