has re-entered the picture for four-star Webster (Fla.) linebacker
"I think I'll be going there on the 19th or 20th since
it's the Martin Luther King holiday ," said Everett, a member of the
Rivals100 team and the No. 2
outside linebacker in the nation.
"I was supposed to visit them earlier this year, but we
kind of lost track of it. (Nick Saban) wasn't going to be there for the weekend
I could come, so I started setting up other visits. But they've gotten back to
me and found a time for me to come. I'm really looking forward to it. I like
their program a lot."
Everett (6-3, 210, 4.5) had previously listed Florida
(1/17) and Miami (1/24) as his co-leaders.
"They're still up there at the top," he said. "I've got
them and Nebraska as my top three. But LSU still has a shot... definitely."
He visited the Cornhuskers on Dec. 20. His last visit
will come Jan. 31 at Florida State.
Everett helped lead South Sumter to the semifinals of the state playoffs as a senior, recording more than 100 tackles, five interceptions and four sacks.