Everett wants one shot

Not having an offer is not something that Webster (Fla.) South Sumter wide receiver Carlos Everett is not something that the 6-foot-1, 175-pound Florida Top 100 member is dwelling on at the moment.
In fact, the No. 100 rated player in the state of Florida is just weighing things out in preparation of the first scholarship to come across his radar screen. Florida, Florida State, Ole Miss, West Virginia, Miami, and Wake Forest are just a few schools looking into this sleeper pass-catcher. After one camp, he has some favorites but also doesn't want to be ignored.
"My favorites would be Florida, Miami, and West Virginia," Everett said. "From what I know, they had some top defensive backs down there at the Florid camp and I only missed two catches, which weren't thrown real well.
"I went out there, worked hard, but nothing came out of it."
While Everett continues to fight for attention, he's not just going to jump on the first school that throws an offer his way.
"I'm going to weigh all my options," Everett said. "With no offers, I have no idea when I want to decide. There are so many school that you can't limit yourself this early."
Like many competitors, the lack of offers is only inspiring him to work harder.
"It's going pretty well," he said. "I'm hearing from so many schools and with stuff like that, you can't complain."
Everett was a Class 3A Honorable Mention all-state selection for his junior year performance.