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Three major offers for Cravens

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Early five-star Su'a Cravens continues to prove he's one of the top players in the country especially after this latest round of offers arrived from Florida, Michigan and Nebraska.
The 2013 safety from Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta said Michigan will definitely receive one of his official visits because he's known that coaching staff from their days at San Diego State.
"That was the coaching staff that was at San Diego State and when they were at San Diego State they were recruiting me when I was a sophomore," Cravens said. "I'm comfortable with that coaching staff and that's going to be one of my official visits."
Cravens, a 6-foot-1, 205-pound prospect, said he has also been impressed with Nebraska and he's considering an official visit there but nothing has been solidified yet. He said so far Michigan, Arkansas and Oklahoma will receive trips for sure.
"I talked to their coach (at Nebraska) and I talked to my recruiting coordinator up there," Cravens said. "They have a plan for me and they want me to come up for an official visit, too. I don't have all five of my official visits set yet but that might be one of them also in the future."
The 2013 prospect said he has to take a closer look at Florida with coach Will Muschamp there. Cravens used to watch the Gators when Tim Tebow was the quarterback but those days are gone and he needs to see what that program is all about now.
"There is a new coaching staff there," Cravens said. "I used to watch them when Tim Tebow was on the team. I wasn't surprised that they offered, it wasn't a quick one, because they've been recruiting me since my sophomore year. I talked to my coach a few days ago and he told me they offered."
On defense, Cravens finished with 96 tackles, 11 sacks and three interceptions. He rushed for 673 yards and 15 touchdowns and had 339 receiving yards and four scores. Vista Murrieta did not lose a game on the field but finished with a 10-4 record because it had to forfeit four games after they were played.
USC, Oklahoma, Stanford, Notre Dame and Arkansas made up Cravens' top five but he said that list is now unsettled with the new offers on the table.
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