4-star ATH plans next OV

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Raymon Minor wants to get the recruiting process over with. Not too long ago the four-star athlete from Richmond (Va.) Benedictine took an official visit to Nebraska.
"It was nice," the 6-foot-3, 220-pound Minor said. "I met the head coach (Bo Pelini) and some of the other coaches. Their football facilities were really nice. The academics seemed pretty good."

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Minor has plenty of offers to choose from, but some schools have made Minor a priority.
"They all talk to me the same amount," he said. "Virginia Tech, Nebraska and Miami, those schools stick out but they all talk to me about the same amount. I think Virginia Tech, Nebraska, West Virginia, Ohio State, Wisconsin and Miami are talking to me more than the others. I have an official visit to Miami coming up on January 17.
"Clemson, Tennessee, West Virginia and Virginia Tech have come by the school. Coach said LSU might offer me late. Nebraska came by my house last week and they were at the school this week."
Minor has been anxious to pick a school, but he feels like he needs to slow the process down.
"I'm going to wait until signing day to commit," he said. "I don't think I'll narrow my list down. I'll just pick from all of the schools."
Minor is planning on competing in the Chesapeake Bowl in Virginia Beach on December 28.
Adam Friedman is the Mid-Atlantic Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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