FSU commit sees Starkville

Columbus (Ga.) Hardaway offensive tackle Antwane Greenlee was Florida State's first commitment for the Class of 2007 just more than one week ago.
Even though he is committed to the Noles, Greenlee visited Starkville, Miss., on Saturday and picked up another offer.
"Mississippi State offered me," Greenlee said. "They wanted to review my film, so we went to watch it, and as soon as it was over, they offered me.
"Coach Reed Stringer (Mississippi State's tight ends coach) offered me the scholarship.
"He is my recruiting coach," Greenlee said.
The big Georgia offensive lineman remains committed to FSU, but the Bulldogs gave him something to think about.
"I mean, I am not sure if this will make me change my mind, but it is definitely something I will look at and think about," he said.
The Head Coach at Mississippi State really impressed Greenlee.
"Coach Sylvester Croom is a great man," he said. "I really liked him a lot. He is one of the few coaches that I talked to that really puts academics above football. He was straight with me and he told me, without grades you just can't play."
Greenlee has now visited Auburn, Georgia, Clemson, Florida State, and Mississippi State unofficially. He plans to visit one more SEC program between now and the NIKE camp.
"I am going to visit Florida in April," he said. "It is either April 1 or 8. I can't remember right now.
"That will be my last visit before the NIKE camp at Georgia on April 29."
As of now, Greenlee remains committed to the Seminoles, but it looks like he is leaving the door slightly open at this point for other teams to come in.
Stay tuned to for the latest on Greenlee through Signing Day 2007.