Details of Football Recruit Ravian Pierce

Details of Football Recruit Ravian Pierce

Details of Football Recruit Ravian Pierce

There are hundreds of high school football players that have the chance to be recruited by some of the nation's best universities for their football playing abilities.  One of those high school football players is Ravian Pierce.

Ravian is a class of 2014 graduate from Plantation High School and is a tight-end who is from Plantation, Florida.  He stands at 6'4 and weighs 215 pounds and is well known for his stature and ingenuity on the football field.

Ravian Pierce has received offers from over nine prestigious institutes of higher learning for his unbelievable skills on the football field.  The universities that have extended offers for him to play college football include: the University of Alabama, the University of Arkansas, the University of Louisville, the University of Miami, Ohio State University, the University of Florida, Duke University, Georgia State University and the University of Mississippi.  Pierce has yet to make any visits to the universities that have extended offers to him.  It is said that he is taking his time to see which university is going to fit him for educational and football playing purposes.

Pierce has shown interest in three universities thus far, which are the University of Arkansas, the University of Florida and the University of Mississippi.  One university that seems to be persistent in their quest to recruit Mr. Pierce is Ohio State University.  Ohio State Football is anxious to have Pierce for his fresh, talent which displays his impeccable hand and eye coordination, running ability and speed.

Plantation TE Ravian Pierce at media day

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