Grace shares the latest

Miramar (Fla.) outside linebacker Jermaine Grace has seen some major offers come in within the last month.
"Some of my more recent offers are Penn State, Tennessee, and Texas A&M," Grace said. "My coach said I got Texas, but I am not sure. I haven't talked with them."
Grace's entire offer list consists of Florida, Florida State, Miami, North Carolina, Penn State, South Florida, Tennesseee, Texas, Texas A&M, and UCF. He is in regular contact with a trio of schools.

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"I talk to Tennessee, Texas A&M, and Miami the most," Grace said.
He is dealing with a pair of coaches at Tennessee.
"I have been talking to Coach (Darin) Hinshaw and Coach (Sam) Pittman," Grace said. "Tennessee wants me to come up for a couple junior days or some days of spring practice. They said I would be a big part of their football team. They also feel like I can really fit into their program."
The 6-foot-2, 215-pound outside linebacker heard from Texas A&M's new defensive coordinator, Mark Snyder, who was at USF last season.
"They are just telling me that they want me to be a part of their football program," Grace said. "They feel I could be a game-changer if I played for their football team."
As for the hometown team, the Miami Hurricanes, he has built a relationship with a majority of Al Golden's staff.
"I am hearing from a lot of coaches at Miami," Grace said. "(Jedd) Fisch has been inviting me to a lot of junior days. I have been there a couple times and I am real familiar with them. I have been talking with them a lot."
At this stage, the Rivals250 prospect doesn't claim a favorite.
"Not right now," Grace said. "Every school is my top school right now. Once I go on some visits I will have my top five and I will go from there."
Grace says distance won't be a factor in his decision, as he is open to staying home or going away for college.