6-7, 255-pound Kellam (Virginia Beach, VA) standout Greg Nosal has been lifting weights with his football team as well as playing AAU basketball this summer. Recruiting has not been on the forefront of his mind, although he still wants to make a decision this summer. We caught up with Greg to discuss the rest of his summer plans and when a decision could take place.
Nosal currently boasts six written scholarship offers – Akron, Connecticut, East Carolina, Marshall, Virginia and Virginia Tech. Of these programs, Virginia Tech continues to hold the lead for his signature.
“Nothing really has changed. Tech’s still leading a little bit,” Nosal said. “I’m still open to anybody.”
Virginia Tech could be tough to beat no matter which programs come into the picture, although Nosal wouldn’t mind seeing other programs come into the mix.
“It would be great to see exactly what options I have, but if anything does jump out then I think Virginia Tech would still be in the lead,” Nosal said.
Nosal attended spring games at Virginia and Virginia Tech, respectively, and hopes to visit both schools this summer before making a commitment.
“I haven’t planned anything yet, but I’m trying to plan with my parents to see when I can take some visits,” Nosal said. “I’m still trying to work out which programs to visit. I’m trying to get to both Virginia or Virginia Tech, but at least getting to one would be good.”
When could a decision come?
“I think I’m going to wait until August,” Nosal said. “The main reason is my Dad is in Iraq right now. I wanted to wait for him because he comes back in the first week of August.”
Virginia and Virginia Tech are recruiting Nosal initially as a tight end. Virginia Tech has also indicated that he could end up at offensive tackle, though.
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