Oakland Park (Fla.) Northeast four-star wide receiver Stacy Coley is considered one of the nation's top players at his position. On Tuesday, Rivals.com caught up with Northeast head coach Donnell Bennett to talk about his star pupil.
"He hasn't taken any visits lately," Bennett said. "He hasn't really gone anywhere. I don't know of any plans off-hand."
The last visit that the 6-foot-1, 175-pound wideout took was to the University of Florida in February. The Gators are amongst his many offers. Bennett mentioned some significant schools that have verbally offered in recent months.
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"It has kind of slowed down for a minute now," Bennett said. "Florida, Alabama, LSU - a lot of SEC schools (have offered)."
The Rivals100 prospect has at least a dozen offers, amongst them are Alabama, Florida, Florida State, LSU, Marshall, North Carolina, Ole Miss, South Florida, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, and West Virginia.
At this stage of the process, an in-state school remains on top for his services.
"He is still high on Florida," Bennett said. "They have been a childhood dream of his for a long time. They are recruiting him pretty hard. So he is excited about them."
As for when a decision may come, his coach doesn't know if it will be at the Under Armour All-America Game, National Signing Day, or another date.
"Not at all," Bennett said when asked if he knew of a decision timeline for Coley.