FSU WR commit Stevens to take visits

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Four-star Florida State wide receiver commit Tony Stevens and his Orlando Evans teammates lost a disappointing preseason game to Jacksonville Sandalwood 29-27 on Friday night, but the talented 6-foot-4, 184-pound receiver accounted for three receptions for 49 yards and two touchdowns in only one half of action.

Stevens, whose two touchdowns went for 30 and 13 yards, said after the game that he is planning to take all five of his official visits in the fall.

"I'm going to take all of my visits because it's my senior year," Stevens said. "I know I'm going to visit Ohio State, FSU, Louisville, South Carolina and USF ... but I'm still solid to Florida State."

The No. 22-ranked wideout in the country is unsure when he will visit the out-of-state schools, but does know when he wants to visit Tallahassee.

"I'm going to the home opener game on September 1st," he said, "then probably when they play Clemson later in the year."

As for Ohio State, which offered Stevens earlier this month, he said he likes the program because of head coach Urban Meyer.

“Coach Meyer is a good guy and a good coach," Stevens said. "That offer meant a lot, and I loved what he did with Florida when he was down here."