The list of offers for Orlando (Fla.) Timber Creek running back Jacques Patrick continues to expand as Georgia Tech and Tulane are the latest schools to extend the 2015 standout.
Patrick visited both places recently and enjoyed each location, but the fit may not be ideal for him.
"They are both good schools. Georgia Tech is a cool school, I like Atlanta," noted Patrick. "But they run that Wing-T offense and I'm not sure if I would be interested in that right now."
So unless the Yellow Jackets change their offensive attack they will be on the outside looking in.
Tulane is working uphill as well for Patrick. He said, "Tulane has a good education and all that stuff. I'm not saying that their conference isn't competitive, but I want to challenge myself (at the BCS level."
Florida State is recruiting Patrick the hardest followed by Auburn. He mentioned Miami, Florida, and Alabama in order as the other schools showing him the most interest right now.
It certainly doesn't hurt the 'Noles chances with his brother Javonte Seabury committing to FSU. Seabury committed to the Seminoles yesterday after he called up offensive line coach Rick Trickett. Trickett is also recruiting Patrick to Tallahassee.
When asked if he will play with his brother in college and how does his mom feel about the schools coming after him?
Patrick responded, "We talk about that all the time. My mom feels most comfortable with FSU. She has been up there a lot. So I have to say she likes FSU the most."
As a sophomore he attended the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge presented by Under Armour in Chicago. The 6-foot-2, 225-pounder plans on making a decision before the start of his senior season.