Florida DB favors OSU and Michigan

Miramar (Fla.) Parkway Academy wide receiver Devin Parrish didn't play football during his sophomore year as he wanted to work on his academics and get his GPA over the 2.5 mark. Not only has he upped his GPA, but after a good junior season Parrish has managed to also catch recruiters' attention.
The 6-foot-0, 155 pound Parrish played both wide receiver and cornerback as a junior, catching 13 passes for close to 400 yards and five touchdowns. Parrish also made 23 tackles on the other side of the ball.
Having played well his junior season and with his GPA on the rise, Parrish has turned some of his attention to recruiting.
"I have about six or seven offers," Parrish said. "Minnesota has offered. Western and Eastern Michigan have offered. And Rutgers and Tennessee."
But it's a Big Ten school that hasn't offered that Parrish has his sights set on right now.
"I like Ohio State a lot," Parrish said. "They said they were going to offer awhile back, but it hasn't come through yet. If they do, I'll commit.
"I like the way they play freshmen. They like playmakers. I really like them a lot. I'm going to try and get up to Ohio State for camp.
"I like Ohio State, Michigan, Miami, Florida, Auburn and Minnesota. My top two are Ohio State and Michigan."