Found March 19, 2013 on The Lady Sportswriter:
2014 running back Sony Michel says he’s ready to commit and the Georgia Bulldogs are one of the programs in heavy consideration for his talents. However, so are Notre Dame, Miami, Florida, and Florida State. That said, Michel has gone on the record stating he’d like to make his “final” decision in mid-April so that he can focus on a state championship; he has no desire to play out his recruitment at this point, and simply wants to commit and move on to his senior season. So, does he already have a school in mind? April isn’t that far away and Michel reportedly hasn’t scheduled any additional visits for the coming spring or summer; all signs appear to him having a school in mind, with only the announcement of which one being a formality, but what school it will be is anybody’s guess, and if I were betting on it, I’d say most would feel Miami still has the best chance. Michel, however, says otherwise. “To me, there is no pressure on me to pick Miami,” Michel said. ‘There are a lot of fan
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