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7-1, 224-pound Solomon Alabi , a five-star center prospect, has made all three of his scheduled official visits and will now be in the process of making a decision. Montverde Academy (FL) Head Coach Kevin Sutton says his star player could have a decision by the end of this week.
Alabi made an official visit to Florida State this past weekend. He tripped to UVa and Arizona, respectively, the two previous weekends.
“The gameplan from here is this: Every Monday, I sit down with him and devote time to discussing how that particular visit went. We’ll do that with Florida State,” Sutton said. “On Tuesday, we’ll sit down and look at the notes he has on all three schools. That’s when he’ll do the compare and contrast. From there, he’ll think of any questions he may have for these coaches. On Wednesday, he’ll call those coaches if he has any questions. From there, I’m hoping he’ll have a decision by the end of the week.”
Alabi’s most recent visit appears to have gone well.
“It went very well,” Sutton said. “The Florida State coaches were happy they could put their best foot forward. I haven’t spoken to him today, but I did speak to him over the phone several times over the weekend. He was enjoying himself and having a good visit.
“All three visits went well. This week, he’s going to be making his decision.”
Sutton was asked if Florida State has been recruiting him the longest and, if so, if this would be a positive for the Seminoles.
“They have been recruiting him the longest,” Sutton said. “In my opinion, that’s something that could only help in any case. It couldn’t hurt.”
Stay tuned, as a decision from Alabi could come by Friday. TheSabre.com will be sure to check back with Coach Sutton to find out if a decision has been made. Sutton says there will not be a press conference to announce the choice.
With great size and potential, Alabi, a native of Nigeria, is rated a five-star prospect by Rivals.com. He is rated a four-star recruit by Scout.com and is rated in the top 80 players in the nation by both recruiting services.