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WR Stevens clears the air

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Orlando (Fla.) Evans wide receiver Tony Stevens made news recently with his decommitment from Florida State after being committed since last February.
Stevens said, "I wanted to take visits. The FSU coaches didn't want me too, so I decided to decommit." He informed his area recruiter, Rick Trickett, of his decision, but said he would still consider the 'Noles.
Where does he stand today? The Rivals250-member stated, "Right now I'm not committed. I plan on calling and letting FSU know this Sunday if they are still in it. You are going to have to tune in."
At 6-foot-4, 185-pounder is a dynamic pass-catcher that can pluck the ball at its highest point and provide redzone mismatches against smaller defensive backs.
He really elevated his stock following his monster performance at the Champion Gridiron Kings, elite skills competition, in Orlando.
This season, he has led his team to a 5-1 start and 2-0 mark in district play. The month of November figures to be a busy one on the recruiting front.
Notre Dame offered a couple of weeks ago and the Irish will get an official visit on November 3 when they play Pittsburgh.
The lanky wideout had a chance to watch the Notre Dame-Miami game and it wasn't the offense that caught his eye.
Stevens remarked, "Their defense was legit. I like the academics they have to offer too."
He has plans to head to Columbus for Ohio State-Michigan on November 24. Buckeyes running back coach Stan Drayton has been recruiting Stevens and he likes what he is hearing.
He noted, "Coach Meyer came from Florida and won national titles here. I like their offense and want to check it out."
As for the Noles, he wants to go to Tallahassee for their rivalry game against Florida, but that will conflict with his trip to Ohio State.
Stevens said his high school coach along with trainer, Ricky Argo, will help him weigh his options. Argo has been linked to FSU commit, Levonte Whitfield, and current Seminole athlete Marvin Bracy.
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