Corey Lemonier is one of the most sought after defensive line prospects in the country. Lemonier, 6-4 and 230 pounds, is from Hialeah (Fla.) High School. He has two dozen scholarship offers at this time.
"You know, I always thought it would happen like this with recruiting," Lemonier said. "But things have gone crazy. I mean gone crazy in a good way.
"Michigan was my last offer two days ago. I think Oklahoma is on the verge of offering me real soon. I just can't believe some of these schools have offered."
Lemonier says that three schools standout over the others at this time but he still considers himself open with everyone.
"I really like Florida State, Alabama and Tennessee. They have all come to see me and a bunch of coaches from those schools have been here. Honestly, I want to see a bunch of schools this summer and then narrow things down. I would like to try and see at least six. Alabama, Tennessee, Ole Miss, Georgia and Michigan are some I would like to see. Of course, Miami and Florida are still in the mix as well.
"How hard teams recruit me will go a long way with where I do. I will kind of gauge things from that and from what I see this summer."
Last season he recorded 50 tackles and 10 sacks. So far Lemonier has seen Miami, Central Florida, South Florida and Florida.
Hialeah plays Ft. Lauderdale (Fla.) Stranahan on May 28th.