"It was a great visit," said the 6-0 160 Roderick Rollins who attends school in Dallas. "There wasn't one specific thing I was impressed with, I liked everything." Naturally, he was in attendance for the Arizona State-USC game, to which he commented: "I already knew that Arizona State was a good team, but that game really opened my eyes." The cornerback was hosted by Sun Devil players Dexter Davis and Richard Tuitu'u.
Rollins already visited Boston College and rated that visit on the same level as ASU. He plans to also visit Kansas State and Minnesota and doesn't plan to make a decision before those visits. As a junior he had 55 tackles, three interceptions and one fumble recovery. He was named first team all-district. He carries a 2.9 core GPA and scored a 790 on his first SAT attempt, a test he plan to re-take.
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