Posted by Bryan Fischer
There's football speed and there's track speed. Some players have one but not the other. Orlando (Fla.) wide receiver Marvin Bracy has both and he'll be running around Tallahassee in the future after making his commitment to Florida State Thursday afternoon.
"I picked FSU because that was the school I honestly felt comfortable with from the very beginning," Bracy told Warchant.com. "I have a great relationship with the entire staff and I know for both football, track I can make a solid impact."
Bracy chose the school over his other finalists Texas A&M, LSU and Florida.
"FSU has everything. I couldn't ask for a more perfect fit for me," he said. "From the very start FSU offensive line coach Rick Trickett treated me as a person so we developed a strong bond. Every time I was there for a visit I didn't want to leave."
The 5-foot-10, 165-pound Bracy is one of the fastest players in the country and will run track and play football for Florida State. He is the Seminoles 14th commitment and, surprisingly, is their first wide receiver in the upcoming class.