Is he or isn't he committed? That's the question that surrounds Tallahassee (Fla.) Lincoln receiver Antonio Cromartie and his future with Florida State.
Maybe the more important question to be asking is whether or not he is a member of the Class of 2002 or the Class of 2003.
Cromartie said for the second time in the past 24 hours that he is intending on playing his college football at Florida State. But where things get murky is whether or not Cromartie, who transferred in to Lincoln this year, is officially considered a senior or a junior.
Cromartie admitted that he has told other reporters in the past 24 hours that's he not committed to Florida State because of the uncertainty. However, he also reiterated that he has given his coaches the go ahead to inform FSU that he has every intention of becoming a Seminole.
"My coaches and the Florida State coaches didn't want me to announce until we figured out whether I'd be a junior or senior this upcoming season," he said.
"I should know in about a week or so. And then I take the SAT on Sept. 22. Either way, I'll play for Florida State either next year or the year after."