Three-star Tallahassee (Fla.) Lincoln offensive lineman Danny Muy has one official visit in place and is ready to set at least two more.
“I’m going to Nebraska the weekend after the state championship game,” he said. “That will be either Dec. 12 or Dec. 19, I can’t remember exactly which one now. But that will be the first one. I like them a lot. They have great tradition and a good reputation with O-Linemen. That’s what they’re known for. People tell me it’s a great environment for football, too. They compare it to here in Tallahassee. It’s a football town.
“I’m know I’m going to be visiting Alabama and Clemson, too. We’re trying to get those set up right now. The other two, I’m still not sure.”
Muy (6-4, 270, 5.1) is a versatile lineman who can play either center or guard. He’s ranked the No. 9 center prospect in the nation by Rivals.com.
He says he’s holding out on the final two visit dates to see who winds up offering scholarships. The current list includes Alabama, Nebraska, Clemson, Florida, Louisville, East Carolina and Middle Tennessee.
“Florida State is showing a lot more interest lately,” he said. “Dad talked to Jeff Bowden this past week, and he said they’re really focusing on tackles right now, but they’re still looking at me. He said there’s still a good possibility that I get an offer, so just hang in there and be patient. LSU and Tennessee have also been calling more lately.”
Any favorites in the mix?
“Not really,” he said. “Everybody’s about the same because Florida State and Alabama are really the only two places I’ve seen. It would be hard for me to put them above the others when I haven’t seen anybody else.”