Teammate of Hokie Commit Is Looking for a Tech Offer

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Though it isn’t constant, Myers Park (NC) 2020 athlete Cameron Roseman-Sinclair admits he already has a friend in his ear about where he should play his college ball. While Roseman-Sinclair is listening, he’s also far from making any type of decision.

Roseman-Sinclair (6-feet, 180 pounsa) has five offers, from Maryland, North Carolina, Kentucky, Louisville and Wake Forest. But this spring, he’s only taken one visit, to a school that hasn’t offered, though his friend has committed there.

This past weekend, Roseman-Sinclair made his second trip to Virginia Tech to see the Hokies during their spring practice. His recruitment is still just getting going, but with Virginia Tech as his lone visit, it made a strong, early impression.

“I sat in on the DBs practice,” Roseman-Sinclair said. “It helped a lot because I could see the whole level of ball at the next level. Plus, being around the guys to feel the vibe, see how they treat each other and if it’s as a brother. I went around campus, saw the facility and watched them practice. The stadium, they say it gets crazy. And at the next level, I want to play somewhere it’s a big crowd.”

Roseman-Sinclair made the trip with his friend, wide receiver Elijah Bowick. The three-star Bowick committed to the Hokies in January, and while he’s not putting the press on Roseman-Sinclair, he’s made his preference quite known.

“We’re always together, but we never really talk about Virginia Tech too much,” Roseman-Sinclair said. “We talk about down the road, maybe I can go there, too. But we don’t get too serious about it right now. He is recruiting me. He always says I look good in Hokie colors.”

Special teams coordinator James Shibest has been the primary recruiter for both teammates. For Roseman-Sinclair, it’s been a bond that continues to grow.

“Our relationship, it’s going great,” he said. “They all treat me like family, especially since my mom went this last time. She really liked it and loved the feeling they give her. I talked to Coach Shibest after the practice. He was saying they were coming down to see me soon for a practice.”

Roseman-Sinclair said he also got a better idea of what the Hokies are looking for before offering.

“I talked to the safeties coach (Brian Mitchell) and they already

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