Rivals100 defensive line prospect D'Angelo McCray has switched up his official visit plans and added another trip.
Previously scheduled to visit Southern California the weekend of Nov. 25 for the Trojans home game with Notre Dame, McCray instead will make an official visit to Florida State that weekend to check out the Seminoles annual battle with the in-state rival Florida Gators.
"I just felt like I needed to be at the big in-state game," McCray said.
McCray will take an official visit to the University of Illinois on Oct. 6.
"Coach Dan Disch and I have a good relationship," McCray said.
McCray said that the Seminoles, Gators and Fighting Illini currently are in his top three (no order) with the Trojans behind them.
He plans to reschedule his USC visit.
He will make an official visit to Florida the weekend of Sept. 30. The Gators play host to Alabama that weekend.
McCray is the nation's No. 43 overall prospect and the No. 4 strongside defensive end prospect. The versatile big man also could potentially play defensive tackle or tight end at the next level.
McCray had 26 tackles for loss and 13 sacks in 2005.