Miami (Fla.) Northwestern linebacker Sean Spence has picked up several new scholarship offers and recently made an unofficial visit to one of the schools that is a major player for his services.
"I now have offers from Miami, Ole Miss, Alabama, Central Florida, Florida International, Minnesota and North Carolina," Spence said.
As the offers begin to pile up, Spence claims there is no favorite.
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"I haven't visited any schools (officially)," he said. "So I don't know."
The Crimson Tide offered last week.
"I talked with Nick Saban and he told me a lot of good stuff," Spence said. "He told me that they were a traditionally-strong program and that they had won more national championships than anybody else. He also told me that they run a pro-style defense and that I would be a good fit there."
Spence made the short trip to Coral Gables this past weekend for an unofficial visit to Miami.
"I was impressed with how they were organized," Spence said. "I spoke with (Hurricanes assistant coach) Michael Barrow and he was telling me how I was a good fit for them and how they have a need at my position."
The 6-foot, 200-pound Spence had 197 tackles (10 for loss) during his junior season as he helped talent-laded Northwestern High capture the Florida Class 6A championship and post a perfect 16-0 record.
Spence is a Rivals100 to watch selection for the Class of 2008.