Florida LB favoring midwest school

Pompano Beach (Fla.) Ely linebacker Clint Session is being recruited by a long list of schools, but he currently favors a school in the midwest.
"I really like Michigan State," the 6-foot, 226-pound Session said. "The opportunities to get on the field there are really appealing to me."
The Spartans aren't the only school recruiting Session. Also in the derby for his talents are Iowa, Purdue, Rutgers, Kansas State, Central Florida and Colorado State.
"I have offers from Michigan State, Iowa, Central Florida and Purdue," Session said. "But I don't want to rush into a decision like that. I want to make sure I find the best place for me."
Sessions talents on the field helped him record 108 tackles and eight sacks as a junior from his linebacker position.
"Most of the schools are recruiting me as a linebacker," Session said. "Central Florida wants me to play fullback. I do that for our high school team, but I would rather play linebacker."