Josh Harvey-Clemons officially took his visit to check out the Miami Hurricanes football program this weekend, and as it stands there seems to be a four-way tie between the 'Canes, Georgia Bulldogs, Florida Gators and the Florida St. Seminoles all vying for the five-star linebacker's services.
Per Woodrow Clemons, Josh's grandfather and legal guardian, they're all "about the same" to him:
"We enjoyed our trip down there. But I guess at this point, pretty much all of them are about the same. There wasn’t anything about Miami that was any different than the other schools, other than the academics. The scholastic level down there is better than the rest of them. But with the football program, they seem like they are on a different level than Florida, Georgia and Florida State. They compare a little different down there."
The 6-foot-5, 200-pound linebacker from Lowndes (Ga.) High School will announce his choice at 9:05 a.m. Wednesday in front of a live national audience. Harvey-Clemons is Georgia’s No. 1-ranked prospect, according to ESPN.
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