Yesterday, Virginia Tech received a visit from one of the top quarterbacks in the state of North Carolina – Scotland High School’s 6-2, 180 pound dual-threat signal-caller Cameron Sexton. Sexton arrived at Tech on Monday night and met with the coaches on Tuesday morning. He returned last night.
“It was very good,” Sexton said of his unofficial visit to Tech. “I was very impressed. I like the set up of it. Everything is in a central area – the facilities, the dorms, the stadium – everything is right there. I liked it a lot. It is a college I would definitely play for.”
Sexton met with Coach Beamer and Coach Rogers on Tuesday morning. Rogers went over how he would fit into Tech’s offensive system. Very fast with a great arm, Sexton considers himself a true dual threat quarterback.
“I sat down with Coach Rogers and we went over the Xs and the Os,” Sexton said. “He likes to utilize your strengths, and that’s what I like about him. We talked about the quarterback situation a little bit and the news breaking on Marcus Vick. After we talked, I looked around the facilities and watched some of the guys work out.”
Virginia Tech remained in Sexton’s favorite list of schools following the visit.
“Virginia Tech, Florida State, Clemson, and NC State are all up there,” Sexton said of his favorites. He has offers from all except NC State. “I’m not sure right now which schools I’ll take official visits to. I’ll figure it out later this summer. I’d like to take my official visits early to get things going so I can make my decision.”
This weekend Sexton will visit FSU for four days for camp and then will trip to UNC for a one day camp on July 17th. After a busy summer filled with camps and unofficial visits, Sexton is happy finish up his trips.
“I’m happy to see the light at the end of the tunnel,” Sexton said with a laugh.
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