Orlando (Fla.) Bishop Moore rising junior quarterback Anthony Siciliano hit the road over the past few days to check out a few schools and will conclude the tour with a visit to an in-state school.
The 5-foot-11, 180-pound signal-caller began the journey at Vanderbilt.
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"Vanderbilt went great," Siciliano said. "The coaches really liked me they want me to stay in touch with them."
After camping with the Commodores, Siciliano hit the road and made his way over to Knoxville to check out the Volunteers.
"Tennessee was amazing, I had a great visit," Siciliano said. "They liked how I threw the ball and want me stay in touch and sent them more highlights halfway through the year."
Siciliano will now return to the Sunshine State and camp at an in-state school.
"Next I have FSU," Siciliano said.
Siciliano reports interest in Boston College, Illinois, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, and Wisconsin, among others.
Prior to attending Bishop Moore, Siciliano was at Oviedo (Fla.).