CRAWFORDVILLE, Fla. (WTXL) - Wakulla senior Keith Gavin is one of the most sought after wide receivers in the country. Gavin hasn't decided where he'll continue his career just yet, but this summer, he did decide he would showcase his talents at the Under Armour All-American Game.
Gavin is one of around 90 athletes across the country that was selected for this year's game, and on Wednesday, he accepted his honorary jersey in front of his peers.
Gavin was committed to Florida State, and said Wednesday that he is still high on the Noles, but he still has a few more official visits to take. He added if he is ready, he will make his college decision known at the Under Armour game.
No decisions were needed on Wednesday though, as all Gavin had to do was bask in the glory of all his hard work.
"I'm really excited because I'm one of a few that got this opportunity at Wakulla High," he said before the ceremony. "I'm going to take the opportunity and run with it and put on for Wakulla High."
"He saw what hard work was from a young age," said head football coach Scott Klees. "He came in and he understood what the Wakulla way was all about and he really fell in to place and worked really hard and this is where he gets. He gets to go play for an All-American football game."
The Under Armour All-American Game will be played January 2nd.