Scotland (Laurinburg, NC) quarterback Cameron Sexton has now taken 2 official visits – one to Clemson and one to Florida State. He compared the 2 visits and FSU came out on top.
“The Florida State visit was a little better,” Sexton said. “I liked Clemson a lot but Florida State was an impressive atmosphere. I got along great with the coaches and the players…especially the players.”
Sexton’s 3rd and possibly final official visit will be to Virginia Tech. The 6-2, 190-pound signal caller is also considering UNC and N.C. State, but he has seen enough of those 2 programs on unofficial visits.
“I don’t have a date, but it will be later on,” Sexton said of his official visit to Virginia Tech. “November will be when the date will be. I’ll decide on that later on, and that’s fine with them. I only really need to take an official visit to Virginia Tech and then I’ll be done.”
Sexton, who hopes to enroll in college in January 2005, says all of the remaining schools are “even right now.”
In our last update with Cameron, Miami had been talking about getting into the picture. Sexton says the Hurricanes are “now officially out of the running.”
Since suffering 2 close losses at the beginning of the year, Scotland has battled to a 7-2 record in 2004. Sexton has thrown for 1,300 yards and 17 touchdowns at a 65 percent completion rate.
Comparing himself to last season, Sexton feels he has improved a lot.
“I think I really have,” Sexton said. “I didn’t really know how much I improved until I saw my self play on film. I think it’s more of a comfort thing. The experience I’ve gained I’ve used and it’s helped me make big strides this year.”
Sexton attended the N.C. State/UNC game last weekend. Did it have any effect on his recruitment?
“I did a lot of interviews on that and I just say I’m going to choose the school that’s the best fit for me,” Sexton said. “I know some guys choose based on a game or something, but not me. I don’t think it’s logical.”
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