Florida ATH back from FSU

Crescent City (Fla.) jumbo athlete Toshmon Stevens attended prospect camp at Florida State this past weekend and came away impressed with what the Seminoles have to offer. The 6-foot-5, 205-pounder talked about his experience in Tallahassee and gave an update on his recruitment during a recent interview with
"It was nice," he said. "I worked out at defensive end and I think things went well. I talked with coach Jody Allen about an offer and he said that they had about five or six other guys at my position and that they were trying to figure things out and that we would go from there."
An offer from the Seminoles clearly would have a major impact on the state of Stevens' recruitment, but he stopped short of saying he would commit on the spot if he receives an FSU offer.
"I would be glad that they gave it to me," Stevens said. "It would give me the opportunity to go out there and show them what I would be able to do as part of their program. It would put them high on my list, but I would have to do more research on the school and find out everything about it. I know some things about it, but not everything about it."
Stevens already holds scholarship offers from North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia Tech, Central Florida, South Florida, Purdue, Arizona State and Mississippi State.
"It's a long list," he said. "All of them are dead even."
Stevens isn't sure about when he will narrow his list down or what schools he plans to visit officially or unofficially.
"At the moment, I am not sure," he said. "I have to talk to my parents and wait and see."
Stevens is the nation's No. 21 weakside defensive end prospect and the No. 73 overall prospect in the state of Florida according to