Gorham Returns from ND

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Chris Gorham planned on using his official visits as another piece of information that would inevitably help him make a decision. Well, the Pottstown (PA) cornerback got what he expected from his first official trip, to Notre Dame this past weekend.

“I had fun,” said Gorham. “Basically, I got what I wanted out of the trip, which was a better feel for Notre Dame. I saw what I needed to see to help me make my decision.”

Gorham attended Notre Dame’s game versus Michigan State. While the Irish suffered a 22-16 loss to the Spartans, Gorham still enjoyed his first-ever live college football experience.

“It was the first time I’ve been at a real college game,” said Gorham. “It was exciting.”

Notre Dame, Virginia, and Georgia Tech are still the top three schools in this race. The Irish did not move to the top of Gorham’s list following the visit and he did not think about making a commitment.

“No I didn’t think about that,” said Gorham of committing to Notre Dame. “I’m still neutral. I’m definitely going to Virginia this weekend, and I’m excited about it. I want to see what UVA is like in a game atmosphere.”

Following his visit to UVA, Gorham will trip to Georgia Tech. He plans on making a decision following his visit to Atlanta, though the timetable remains undecided.

It’s good news for UVA fans that Notre Dame did not seem to move to the top of Gorham’s list. He has already visited Charlottesville twice and is looking forward to his visit. Don’t expect a commitment, as Gorham is being very methodical in his decision making process. The Cavaliers are still in good shape, however.

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On the Gridiron

Chris would have loved to spend Monday (September 22) resting from his official visit. Unfortunately, he did not have that luxury as Pottstown had to play a game on Monday night.

“The game went good,” said Gorham. “I have to admit I was a little tired. We won 12-7. We had to stop them at the end.”