2013 CB/WR Hordley Seide (6’1, 185, 4.5) of South Plantation HS in Florida has verbal offers from Memphis, Western Michigan, and Illinois St. He tells Deep South Recruiting that the University of Kentucky and Utah St. are showing serious interest.
Part of South Plantation’s talented senior class, Hordley has already seen Kentucky up close. “I went to see Lexington, KY in May,” he sid. “I went to the camp, met Head Coach Joker Phillips and DB Coach Mike Cassity. It was real nice, I enjoyed it. Coach Cassity came to see me in the spring and I think they might be close to offering.”
Hordley said playing for a winning program on the next level will be important to him. “I’d like to play for a winner. Nobody likes losing, including me.”
Early playing time won’t determine his college choice. “I’ll take the opportunity to get on the field early. If I have to redshirt, learn the system, get stronger and faster, I will. But if my coaches feel good about me as a true freshman, I’ll take that opportunity to play.”
The number one factor for him will be his comfort level in the program and the university’s environment. “I’ll be looking for atmosphere, academics, social life, and location. I’m willing to move from Florida, I’d like to see what else is out there, just as long as I feel comfortable with where I’ll be moving to and where I fit in on the team.”
– Michael Bradley