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Grace knows of two officials

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LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. - Miramar (Fla.) four-star outside linebacker Jermaine Grace says that as the summer comes to a conclusion with his participaton in Gridiron Kings, that he will turn his focus to his team and senior season before worrying about his recruitment.
"My main focus is on my team," Grace said. "We aren't 100% team yet like we were last year but we just have to keep working and working."
The 6-foot-1, 196-pound linebacker does intend to utilize all of his official visits with some coming during the season.
"As I go through my high school season I am going to take my official visits," Grace said. "I know I am going to go to Tennessee for the Florida game (on Sept. 15th). That is one official I know I am going to take. I am also sure I am going to go to Miami but I don't know when yet."
The Rivals250 prospect talked more about the Hurricanes and Volunteers.
"I went up to the Tennessee camp and I had a lot of fun," Grace said. "I met a lot of the players. I chilled with them the whole time I was there. That is a school I want to go back to."
"Miami is the hometown school," Grace said. "I talk to a lot of the players. That is another school I know I definitely want to go to."
As for his other three visits, Grace will select from his offers which include Bowling Green, Florida, Florida State, Kentucky, Marshall, Nebraska, North Carolina, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Purdue, South Florida, Syracuse, Texas, Texas A&M, UCF, and West Virginia.
"I am going to narrow down all my other offers to the other three visits that I will take," Grace said. "I am going to work on that throughout the year."
A decision won't come from the South Florida prospect until February.
"Signing Day I am going to commit to the school," Grace said. "I don't plan to do it before then."
Grace has previously visited Florida, Florida State, Miami, Tennessee, and UCF.
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