"It feels good to be to top prospect in Florida, but I can't get the big head," Laremy Tunsil said to Scout. "It is an honor, but I just don't get excited about it. The next level is different than high school, so I have to keep paying attention and getting better."
Tunsil's right, the next level is much different from high school on many different levels, but he is on the right path to succeeding on that level.
He is a 6-foot-6, 295 pound offensive tackle with so many good qualities on and off the field. He is mature for his age and that helps him be this elite prospect.
"The media attention and the attention from the fans do not bother me, but I just cannot let it get out of hand. I have to keep everything under control."
The top offensive tackle in the country has done a good job of that and he has recruiting under control too.
Three schools sit on top of his list right now.
"Georgia is still on top, then it is Alabama, and Florida," Tunsil said.
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