One of the top five offensive tackles in the country has it narrowed down to two....or so it seems.
Ryan Poles of Canandaigua (N.Y.) is no longer interested in Michigan State after the firing of Head Coach Bobby Williams.
“They’re out”, said the 6-foot-5, 295-pound recruit. “I just don’t want to get myself in a situation with having to wait and see who the new coach will be and then go through the recruiting process with them again.”
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Ryan, who had his choices down to Michigan State along with Boston College and Georgia will now decide between the latter two. Unless a third team sneaks in.
“Tennessee offered and I’ve always liked them, but I think it’s going to come down to BC and Georgia.
"I'm going to Tennessee this weekend for an unofficial visit and I have an official set with them for Jan. 17 if I need one," he said. "I moved my BC visit up to Nov. 15 and my Georgia visit is now Nov. 29 so I can decide by Christmas if I feel comfortbale."