Because he wanted to be closer to home, former Butler DT Marty Everett (6-4, 295) has decided to…
Butler's Everett is a 2010 player to watch
"They haven't officially offered me yet, but they said I have an offer waiting for me if I want to go there again and right now they are the school I'm focused on."
While Everett's coaches haven't told him about which schools are the ones eyeing him, he believes most of the schools that recruited him in high school have kept an eye on him.
"Florida, Tennessee, Alabama, LSU and a bunch of other ones were looking at me in high school and I'm pretty sure they are still looking at me," Everett said. "I'm not too worried about it right now. I'm just working hard to make sure I'm in the shape I need to be in to have a great spring and then a great fall before I leave."
As a freshman at Butler, Everett redshirted and got into the weight room.
"Honestly I don't know any of my lifting numbers right now because we do our testing all this coming week," Everett said. "I know I'm stronger and I've worked really hard at getting into great shape so I think I will have some good numbers."
Everett says he is on pace to graduate next December and he'll have three years to play three wherever he ends up.
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