St. Peter’s Prep (NJ) cornerback prospect Leo Ferrine may make his collegiate decision before he makes his official visit to the University of Virginia, which is currently scheduled for January 30th. Ferrine currently favors Notre Dame and Penn State over Virginia.
All three have offered official scholarships.
“Yes, I would have to say so,” Ferrine said when asked if he may decide following his Notre Dame visit this weekend. “It’s still up in the air, but it’s possible.”
He indicated that PSU and ND are recruiting him harder than UVA, which is a primary reason as to why UVA is trailing.
“UVA stands behind those two,” Ferrine said. “They stand behind because those two have been talking to me the most. There’s really no other reason right now.”
Last weekend, Ferrine made a visit to Penn State, where he was hosted by sophomore safety Calvin Lowry. It appears the visit went well for one of the most versatile and athletic prospects in the state of New Jersey.
“It went good,” Ferrine said. “It was everything I expected. I knew everything before I got there, so there weren’t many surprises. I did find out that there are some things to do on campus, which is important. I also have re-occurring hamstring problems that the trainer said they would be able to fix.”
As a senior, Ferrine played free safety, wide receiver, and returned punts and kicks. He is being recruited primarily as a cornerback by his final three schools.
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