This football prospect has been busy checking out a variety of colleges.
Up Next: Tallahassee
"My visit to North Carolina State went very well," wide receiver Richard Goodman said. "The atmosphere is great because a lot of the players are from Florida which is nice. I would rate my visit a ten."
Up next for Goodman is an official visit to Florida State on (1/28) and possibly a mid-week visit to Oklahoma. The Seminoles could still the team to beat despite a great visit to Raleigh.
"With Florida State being in-state they might be tough to beat," he said. "It's going to come down to where I feel the most comfortable outside of football. The Oklahoma visit is still up in the air. They called and I need to call them back."
Another Florida State team site competitor has been spreading a rumor that the Seminoles haven't officially offered him and Goodman puts that false rumor to rest.
"I have an offer in writing," he said. "It came via Fed Ex."
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