Christchurch Notes: Homer Planning June Decision

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The focus of Christchurch (VA) offensive tackle Win Homer continues to be on three schools – Boston College, Virginia, and Virginia Tech. The 6-6, 240-pound rising senior standout hit the recruiting trail recently with a trip to Charlottesville. In this latest update, Homer reveals what’s next on his visit schedule as well as when he wants to make a commitment.

Accompanied by fellow Christchurch rising seniors Carlos Gray and Jeff Williams, Homer enjoyed a junior day at UVa on February 26.

“I really liked the UVa junior day because I liked the way it was organized,” Homer said. “I did a tour of the football facilities. There was the Hall of Fame area with the highlight film on the wall. I had lunch. I sat down and was watching the offensive line do drills at the NFL combine. We all got together in the team meeting room and Coach London was talking to us. He wanted to talk about how they are a family there. He wanted us to know that they want to know who we are and they’ll take care of us. He talked to us about what exactly happens at the school. Then we saw a nice highlight film, so there was some football talk there. Then there was the basketball game.”

The University of Virginia’s Spring Game, which takes place on April 2, is up next on the schedule of the Christchurch star, who will be busy with lacrosse this spring. This may be the final college visit before Homer decides his college future.

“When I first learned about the offers, I planned on waiting,” Homer said, referring to when we wanted to commit. “Really, it’s coming sooner rather than later. My new goal is to make a decision in June. I prefer early June, but it might be towards the end of June. I might visit BC in June, so we’ll see.”

Homer didn’t get specific, but he is leaning to one of the three schools.

“It does kind of go back and forth, but I keep coming back to one school,” said