Young leaning heavily toward FSU

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Florida State has been Malek Young's dream school since he was a kid and with the Seminoles offering him last month, he's strongly considering committing. In fact, at last week's Florida State camp, the class of 2016 cornerback out of Coconut Creek (Fla.) said it's possible he'll decide before the start of football season.
"I'm going to decide real soon," said Young, who stands at 5-foot-10, 173 pounds. "Most likely before the season. There's a chance I leave here and decide this is the place. If I ball out at this camp, I might just commit."
Though he would end up leaving the camp without committing, he likes a lot about what Florida State has to offer.
"FSU stands out," he said. "It's been my dream school since I was a kid. I like the facilities and the dorms because they come with their own furniture. The only thing you have to bring is a PS3 and food."
Other schools in the mix include Alabama, Ohio State, Clemson, UCLA and Michigan State.
A recent Alabama visit caught his attention.
"They treated me like family," Young said. "The weight room was big, and the game room felt like my room. It was spacious and had a lot of games, things like that."
Young closed out his offseason with a visit to Ohio State.
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