Four star LB changes his thinking

City College of San Francisco linebacker Larry Grant who committed to Florida, now says he will likely end up at one of two other schools.
"I took visits to Tennessee, Texas A&M and Florida," Grant said. "I committed to Florida, but I didn't have a college math class to go to the SEC. So I can't go to Tennessee too."
However Grant hopes to go to either Ohio State or Texas A&M.
"I graduated from junior college," Grant said. "Ohio State is going over my transcripts to make sure I have all the classes to go there. It's either Ohio State or Texas A&M."
Grant may make an official visit to Ohio State Jan. 20.
"I'm trying to get a visit set up with coach (Luke) Fickell," Grant said. "Most likely I'll talk to him (today) or Tuesday and he'll let me know if I'm commitable there.
"If I am I'll make a visit to Ohio State, then I'll decide right after that."
The 6-foot-2 and 220-pound Grant, a four star prospect, made 85 tackles including six sacks this season for City College of San Francisco. He also intercepted six passes and blocked six punts. Grant played both inside and outside linebacker.
Grant, who is originally from Sacramento, Calif., but played his senior season for Norcross, Ga., will have three years to play two seasons at his new college. He is the No. 7 junior college prospect in the player rankings.