Reports came out in late December that Lauderdale Lakes (Fla.) Boyd Anderson cornerback Corey Tindal had decided to stay home and committed to Florida International. According to the 5-foot-10, 174-pound athlete, that is not the case.
"I am not committed," Tindal said. "It was a big misunderstanding."
While he isn't committed to Florida International, he said the Golden Panthers remain in the picture. They aren't amongst his top two schools though.
"My main schools right now are Western Michigan and Maryland," Tindal said. ""I am going to take a visit to Western Michigan this weekend to see what is going on. That is who I am leaning towards."
At this time, the Broncos are on top for his services and he shared why.
"Western Michigan leads," Tindal said. "They are real with me. They are willing to work with me and I see that."
With regards to Maryland, since the hiring of Randy Edsall there has not been much contact with Tindal. He hopes to hear from the Terps in the near future.
"I haven't yet talked to Coach Don Brown," Tindal said. "I saw that he is back. That they are hiring him on the new staff. I hope to talk to him soon."
At this time, Tindal plans to take an official visit to Florida International on the 21st and Maryland on the 28th, but said it isn't out of the question for him to decide this weekend while visiting Western Michigan.