Hollywood (Fla.) Chaminade Madonna cornerback Adrian Baker reports that he received his third offer.
"I talked to (Florida State assistant) Coach Eddie Gran last night, he is my recruiting coach," Baker said. "He told me that they were offering me and that they were very interested in me. He said that they like my size and my speed at the cornerback position. He said that they would want to use me as a corner and on special teams, but mainly as a corner."
The Seminoles want to have the 6-foot-1, 168-pound defensive back work out this summer during the Jimbo Fisher Football Camp.
"They want me to come in the summer and work at their camp," Baker said. "I was up there like a month ago for a junior day visit so he wants me to come up for the first camp they have to kind of work out for them. I plan to get up there in the summer time."
During his visit to Tallahassee earlier this year, Baker was very impressed by the Seminoles.
"I liked the coaches and how family-oriented it is," Baker said. "It felt like a big college program. I like how closely knit the team is and how much time they spend together. I liked the atmosphere around the program. I liked the campus."
In addition to Florida State, Baker also claims offers from Boston College and Florida. He said it is tough to name a leader at this stage.
"Not really because I have only been to FSU, so of course FSU has an early edge but that is only because I have visited them," Baker said. "I am very interested in Florida and Boston College also. I don't really have any early leader at this point."
Baker said he plans to visit both Boston College and Florida during the summer months.
The South Florida prospect believes that his next offer will likely come from Miami or West Virginia. He is in regular contact with both schools.