64 of the best skilled position players in America gathered in Orlando this weekend to compete in…
4-star TE breaks it down
Nick O'Leary had a busy weekend after not doing any other camps this summer. "I went to Florida on Friday," O'Leary said. "It was fun. The quarterbacks weren't really that good though. It was fun competing against other good players. That was my only camp." After competing Friday in Gainesville, O'Leary spent the weekend in Orlando at the Gridiron Kings event, where he was named the Offensive MVP. "This was my last one and it was fun," he said. "They invited and I thought it'd be nice competing against some of the best players in the country." O'Leary, 6-foot-4 and 230 pounds, has offers from everyone but says five schools are at the top right now. "I'm still considering Miami, FSU, Florida, Alabama, and Georgia," he said as he was asked about the other Florida schools. Miami-- "I've always liked them since the beginning. It's close to home and they use the tight ends a lot." Florida State -- "I was up there not long ago and I have a great relationship with Coach Coley and Coach Stoops." The four-star tight end prospect talked about what he's looking for in a school. "How they use their tight ends, my relationship with the coaches, and basically where I feel at home," he said.
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