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Mathews likes Miami

Orlando (Fla.) Edgewater is a school that produces Division I talent every year. This year the top prospect on the Edgewater squad and one of the best in the Orlando area period is wide receiver Greg Mathews, who has already picked up over a dozen scholarship offers.
"I have a top seven right now, but Miami is the top school on my list," Mathews said. "They put players in the NFL every year and they are always in the hunt for a national championship. Miami is also a great city that I wouldn't mind living in."
The 6-foot-2, 189-pound Mathews attended the NIKE camp in Tallahassee where he ran the 40-yard dash in 4.72 seconds, ran the shuttle in 4.5 seconds and posted a 26-inch vertical jump.
"Michigan, Florida, Florida State, LSU, Ohio State and North Carolina State are also schools that I am looking at," Mathews said. "I really want to make a decision before the first game. I don't want to be all stressed out during the season or anything and I think it's best to get it out of the way."
As a junior Mathews helped lead the Eagles to their second consecutive state title appearance and unfortunately the Eagles have come up short twice.
"I'm not necessarily looking for early playing time," Mathews said. "I want to red-shirt and get ready to play on the college level and get adjusted to the academic side of things. I'm looking for a school with a good graduation rate. I will be looking at the coaching style and workout regime of the program as well."
Mathews is ranked as the No. 41 player in the state of Florida by Rivals.com.