- Corey Dowlar, RecruitingNation
Junior wide receiver Adly Enoicy (Delray Beach, Fla./Atlantic Community) doesn't necessarily have to face the stress of wondering whether a scholarship will come his way to play football.
With seven to his total already, the 6-foot-5, 200-pound target is using them as a jump point to propel him towards additional success.
"It feels good to have offers this early in my college career, but it is just motivation to do better every day in practice and in games," said Enoicy.
All three of the major Florida schools, Florida, Florida State and Miami, have offered Enoicy. He doesn't favor any of them, though, as he is taking his time to analyze his own situation.
"They all have great potential," he explained. "I am looking at each of them equally and taking it as my own recruiting process."
No scheduled visits are currently on Enoicy's radar, but they will happen at some point, he says.
"I have a few visits that I am thinking about, but none of them are for sure yet," mentioned the 2014 prospect. "None of them come to mind right now."
Southern Cal is the latest offer he claims to go along with UL-Lafayette, South Carolina and Vanderbilt. Even across the country, the Trojans' prestige resinates.
"I think very highly of them," said Enoicy. "They have a great head coach and educational programs to go along with a very good football program."
Just as he'd like to visit Los Angeles at some point, Tallahassee also appears to be a destination Enoicy will trip to at some point.
"I would like to take a visit to FSU," he said. "I probably will later on."
Enoicy does not have any top schools at this time.