Springfield (Ill) Sacred Heart Griffin three star ranked junior offensive tackle recruit Quinn Oseland (6-foot-6, 307 pounds) made a weekend visit to Cincinnati and came away with an offer from the Bearcats. Oseland recaps his visit and more here.
"I went to Cincinnati this past weekend and I had a good visit," Oseland said. "They offered me a scholarship and I also added an offer from Kentucky late last week."
Oseland's recapped his Saturday visit to Cincinnati.
"It was a good visit to Cincinnati. It's always good to add an offer as well. I really liked the overall environment at Cincinnati. It's an urban campus and outside of Vanderbilt it's the only school I've seen that is set in the middle of a city. The facilities and the campus is really nice and everything was pretty impressive. I was able to talk to the coaches at Cincinnati including head coach Tommy Tuberville. The coaches are pretty excited about me and feel I would be a great fit for them. I will stay in touch with the coaches at Cincinnati and overall it was a good trip and a good visit."
Oseland also added a recent offer from Kentucky.
"Kentucky also offered me late last week. I still don't know much about them and the offer sort of came out of nowhere to be honest. I know they play in the SEC which is a great conference. I'll look them up online and try to learn more about the school."
Oseland will make two more visits this weekend.
"I'm going to get out to visit both Indiana and Iowa this weekend. I want to see a practice ands also get to talk to the coaches again."
Oseland has been very active in making unofficial visits this winter and spring.
"I like getting out and seeing the schools in person. I also just get a better feel for the coaches when I get a chance to meet them in person. Overall I've been able to visit a ton of schools and it's been a great experience. Seeing these schools in person and also getting g to know the coaches has no doubt helped me in getting a better feel for making an eventual college choice."
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