Stacy Coley recruiting update: Louisville, Syracuse competing for last visit

Stacy Coley is looking at a pair of new ACC schools after having already taken his first four official visits. Could either make a play for a recruit who has eyes on FSU and Miami?

Stacy Coley, a four-star wide receiver from south Florida, has already taken four official college visits but is deciding whether Syracuse or Louisville will be the last.

At 6'1, Coley is a consensus four-star, considered the No. 4 player at wide receiver by ESPN and a top 15 player by other services. He received 21 offers, but has since cut down his list substantially. He's already taken visits to Miami and Florida State -- the recruit is not related to James Coley, the FSU offensive coordinator who took the same job with Miami this past week -- and has visits to South Florida and Ole Miss planned.

But he's still deciding on his last team, according to Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times.

Coley is considered the top receiver in Florida, which explains his interest in Miami, FSU and USF, but it would be interesting if either Louisville or Syracuse -- both now joining Miami and FSU in the ACC -- could make a play for him.

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