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Tampa RB has a boat-load of offers

Tampa (Fla.) Jefferson is the home of one of the hottest athletes in the country. Reshaun Grant, a running back, was selected to the all-country team as a junior by rushing for 936 yards and 22 touchdowns. He also added another 400 yards receiving. The 5-foot-11 and 190 pound standout already has a whopping 30 verbal offers.
“A few of my written offers are from Florida State, Nebraska, Michigan State, Northwestern and Florida,” Grant said. “Miami told my coach that they would offer. My top five schools are Florida State, Miami, Northwestern, Michigan State and Florida.”
Since Tampa (Fla.) Jefferson is loaded with talent, coaches from all across the country have been by evaluating. Grant’s phone also has been ringing off the hook.
“All of the Florida schools have already been by the school, and coaches from both Florida State and Florida have called me at home,” Grant said. “Florida State told me that they like me a lot, and that they will keep in touch. Florida tells me the same thing. They are recruiting me as a wide receiver instead of a running back. A few other schools are also recruiting me as a cornerback, but my preference is at running back.”
Grant is hot commodity because of his speed, power and versatility.
“I have a lot of speed and power,” Grant said. “I use my speed to my advantage by catching a lot swing passes and bubble screens in the flats. I can normally beat a great outside linebacker in a one on one situation.”
In a recent inter-squad scrimmage, Grant showed why he is one of the top running backs in the country by rushing for a 60-yard touchdown.
Grant told FlaRecruiting.com that he would like to attend the same school as his teammate and friend
This summer, Grant will attend football camps at Florida, Florida State and Oklahoma.