No. 2 WR taking his time

Tallahassee (Fla.) Lincoln receiver Antonio Cromartie is having so much fun in high school that he's going to now stick around longer than he planned.
"I was going to get out in December," Cromartie, the nation's No. 2 receiver, said. "But I want to graduate with my friends, so it'll be in the spring when I graduate."
With that now on tap, Cromartie said he's delaying his plans on taking all of his official visits early and will now probably wait until November before he takes any trips.
The teams high on his list continue to be Florida State and Florida and are also interested in Miami, LSU, Michigan, North Carolina and Oklahoma. He has offers from all of the teams and is one of the highest sought after recruits in the Southeast.
"I'm still open and will look at about anybody," he said. "I already know what it's like at Florida State and Florida, but I've not seen the other schools and I owe it to myself to go look and see what the others are like."
Cromatie has 10 receptions for more than 150 yards and two touchdowns this season. He said he also brought back a kickoff 90 plus yards and a punt back for a score, too.