"The visit went pretty well." Polk said, "It's a nice area. I wanna to go a place where I can have, but not too much fun so I can concentrate on school and Football. Corvallis looks like a quiet place, but they say that during Football season it's just like Nebraska just not as big."
The Beavers along with the Huskers and the Arizona Wildcats ("they're not a real factor) have all offered scholarships, however the hometown Sun Devils haven't. The 6-4 190 running back explains: "ASU started recruiting me late, and they don't have many available scholarships now. If they take me it just depends on the other guys they're waiting on. They said they'll keep me in consideration, but they didn't promise anything." The Desert Visit star does emphasis that he has no ill will towards the Sun Devils. "I'm not disappointed in them. They got to do what's best for them, and I have to do what's best for me."
In somewhat of a surprise, Polk said that there's a good chance he may not decide until after signing day which school he'll attend. "I have to sit down with my dad and talk it over. Maybe we'll decide before signing day. I don't know right now." Judging by the list of choices Polk should land in a quality university.
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