Miami (Fla.) Coral Reef wide receiver Jacob McCrary is one of the top players in the Class of 2014. He finished his junior season with 12 receptions for 311 yards and seven touchdowns while adding an interception on defense.
If it wasn't for a knee injury that caused him to miss three games, McCrary believes he could have posted better numbers.
So, how's the knee now?
"It's fine. I'm in basketball season. It's keeping me in shape. I'm playing the four right now," noted McCrary.
The 6-foot, 183-pound pass catcher committed to Florida State in July because of his relationship with the Seminole coaching staff.
However, he decided to back off his verbal pledge and open things back up. McCrary stated, "It was hard, but at the same time I knew it was the best thing for me. It had to do with some communication, but at the same time I like them a lot."
Now opposing coaches will have a chance to form a bond with the fast split end. One school that never stopped recruiting him and turned up the full court press is Clemson according to McCrary.
"They were the first school to offer me. Even when I was committed Clemson was coming at me very hard. Since I de-committed Clemson was right there to see me. Coach Venables came to my basketball game yesterday," remarked McCrary.
Notre Dame is the other school on top of his wish list. Area recruiter Tony Alford has been in touch with McCrary as of late.
When asked about the Fighting Irish's season?
"Notre Dame is having a great season. They are really getting back on the map as far as where their program is going. They have great academics which are important to me," replied McCrary.
Florida is beginning to show interest as well. He grew up watching USC and Miami. He is planning to attend the Al Golden Summer Camp to land an offer from the Hurricanes.
McCrary plans on taking his time with his decision and is open to new offers.