Centreville (Clifton, VA) offensive tackle prospect Pat Sheil made what may be his final summer camp appearance for 2004 this past weekend, when he participated in Virginia Tech’s senior camp. Sheil says the experience was fun.
“I had a lot of fun,” Sheil said. “I had a chance to talk to Coach Ward, Coach Stinespring, and Coach Beamer. I got to see a lot of prospects from the state such as Ed Wang. They were impressive, really good prospects. There were a lot of athletes in my grade who have already decided to go to Virginia Tech or who are considering going to Virginia Tech.”
Virginia Tech has emerged along with Georgia and Boston College as the three favorites for Sheil. Sheil says he has not ruled out Miami, Nebraska, Oklahoma, or Virginia just yet, but the aforementioned programs are his three favorites.
He expects to have a decision made before the start of his senior season.
“They are just my early three favorites,” Sheil said of Boston College, Georgia, and Virginia Tech. “I had a lot of good teams on my list. I knocked off some of those schools. I really feel everything’s coming to a close. Some of these other schools just don’t have what these three do.”
The 6-7, 270 pound four-star prospect visited Boston College last week. He talked about his experience in Boston and what he likes about the Eagles right now. He also commented about the positives for both Georgia and Virginia Tech.
“Last week I went to Boston College,” Sheil said. “Coach [Tom] O’Brien is a no nonsense. Coach [Keith] Willis is an excitable guy. He’s high energy. All of their players are top notch guys. It’s a great school with a great campus. It’s a small campus, but I think that’s good because you can walk from top to bottom in about 10 minutes. You can take the T-Train into Boston if you want to go there and have some fun or go to a Red Sox game. The fact that it’s Catholic is pretty nice. I think my parents like that. They like the idea of me going to a [Catholic school] where I’d be watched over and with a disciplined schedule.
“For Georgia, obviously they have good success. They are the preseason number 1. Georgia stands out in all sports… not just football. The academic support team sounds fantastic. They offer everything a football player needs. What I was really...
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