Junior AA has plenty of offers

Inzfttvhcd0dw8n1tb90 Junior All-American offensive lineman Gregory Shaw has a load of early scholarship offers. But the 6-foot-6, 285-pounder may have his eye on a program that has yet to step forward with a full ride for the talented trenchman.
"(I have offers from) North Carolina, Virginia, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Central Florida, South Florida, Louisville and Tennessee," Shaw said said.
Shaw also has three schools that stand out as of Sunday.
"Tennessee, Louisville and Ohio State if they offer me," Shaw said.
Those three programs being out-of-state, is it important for Shaw to leave the state of Florida for college?
"It doesn't matter," Shaw said. "Wherever I find a great school, that's where I want to go. Academics, good location and good people around me (are what's important when picking a school). I want positive people around me, I can't deal with the negative."
Shaw's brother, Willie Williams signed with Louisville in the class of 2007. Does that mean that Shaw will soon be a Cardinal?
"I'm trying my hardest to play against (Williams)," Shaw said.
There are several things that lead Shaw to believe he will have great success in college.
"I'm rough and I don't have any mercy for anybody," he said. "(My goals for the coming year) are to win state and become a better offensive tackle."
Shaw attended the Junior Day event on Sunday at Northeast High in Oakland Park, Fla. (Fort Lauderdale).
"It's going to be a long process," he said.