2014 ATH Montae Nicholson talks The Opening, recruiting, and sneakers

SB Nation Recruiting

The two-way star from Pennsylvania talked with SB Nation Recruiting about the recruiting process, as well as his sizable sneaker collection.

Montae Nicholson is a 6'3, 200-pound athlete that can play both sides of the ball, and was the wide receiver MVP at the Columbus NFTC. The Monroeville (Pa.) Gateway star was named Class AAAA All-State in 2012 and has 30 offers including Boston College, Cincinnati, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Miami (Fla.), Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska, Ohio State, Oregon, Penn State, Stanford, Virginia Tech and Wisconsin.

Nicholson said that he doesn't really have a top group of schools at the moment, but there are a few he's hearing from more than others, including Pitt, Penn State, Michigan, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, Florida State, Michigan State, Oregon, and Stanford, among others. He also said that he'll likely hold off on making a commitment until after his senior season is finished, so the pursuit of the four-star athlete should go until close to Signing Day.

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