One of the top defensive players in the Southeast will be heading south to play college football. …
DE Commitment Talks FSU
"I got me knee scoped three weeks ago," defensive end Justin Mincey said. "Right now I'm doing a little slow-pace running. I will be ready for basketball in a week or two. Last year I averaged around 20 points and 15 rebounds a game. I have the career rebounding record at Charlton County."
Not only does he star on the football field and hardwood, the South Georgia senior participates in track as well.
"In track, I do the 4 x 1, 100-meter, discuss and the high-jump," he said.
Mincey, who can squat 565 pounds and vertical jump 39-inches, has set up his Florida State visit on (1/28).
"Schools like LSU, Georgia, Miami and Tennessee are trying to set visits up but Florida State is the only one I'm going on," he said "I'm 100% sure that I'll be a Seminole."
Mincey is on track to qualify with a 3.0 grade point average and test score of 800 on the SAT.
"I'm going to take the test on January 28th and I'm shooting for a score of 1,000," he said.
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