Florida QB commits

Orlando (Fla.) Lake Highland Prep quarterback T.J. Borcky said he knew right away that he had found his college of choice.
The 6-foot-4, 185-pound two-star dual-threat quarterback took his first official visit this weekend to Colorado State and it ended up being his last.
"I knew after my first day that it was the place for me," Borcky said. "I got to meet all the coaches and everything went perfect. Those guys are great out there. They have a good school, good system and one of the best commercial real estate schools in the nation.
"So for me, it was a really easy decision. I told the coaches I was ready to commit. They were very excited about the decision."
Borcky, who also had offers from Cincinnati, Army, Florida Atlantic and Florida International, said he plans to redshirt as a freshman.
"They said there's a great shot for me to be the starter as a redshirt sophomore," he said. "I'm only 17 now anyway, so I'm going to need a year to redshirt. So I'm excited about getting out there, sitting out a year and then being ready to help the team in some sort of fashion."
As a junior, he threw for 1,192 yards and 10 touchdowns. He also rushed for 725 yards and six additional scores.