He gave a quick thought on each school.
Clemson: “I really like the coaches and I like whole start of the game when they ride the buses to the stadium and run down the hill,” said the 6-foot-5, 300-pound Rush. “I also like the scheme they run of defense.”
North Carolina: “I like that they’re close to home. I have some guys I played with in high school that go there, too. They also have really good academics. I know a couple of their commits and they have also done a very good job recruiting.”
Kentucky: “They have a really good fanbase and I like all their coaches. I also talk to them about every day. They don’t just talk to me about football. They always ask about my family and school.”
Does any school have an advantage for Rush?
”Kentucky has a slight lead right now,” he said. “I talk to them the most. They know a lot about me and I know a lot about them.”
One main factor will help him make his decision.
”It’s going to come down to where I feel at home,” he said.
Rush plans to take official visits to all three schools before making his decision on senior night.