Rivals100 wide receiver Ahmad Paige was planning to take an official visit to Florida State last weekend, but the 6-foot-3, 175-pounder couldn't make it. Despite that, the Sterlington, La. prospect plans to take other visits and has scheduled the trips.
"I didn't end up going to Florida State because a last minute thing came up," he said. "I am planning to go there on an official in December after the season with my parents. I'm committed to them because I feel most comfortable there and it's like home to me. I believe something will have to be very overwhelming to change my decision."
Plenty of teams will get their shot at the four-star prospect as he has scheduled visits.
"I'm planning to go to Georgia on October 6th, Tennessee on October 20th, Miami on November 3rd and Southern Cal on November 24th," he said. "Those schools are ones I've felt very comfortable with the staff and schools."
Paige and Sterlington came up with their first victory Friday night.
"We've had three games and are 1-2," he said. "We're a young team that isn't as experienced as we need to be. We've faced some better competition, but the season it alright. It's been tough because I've been getting double and triple teamed. This year I'm taking a backseat role. I am hoping to bulk up a bit and physically get bigger."