”It was good,” Sexton said. “I really loved it, the campus life and the academic opportunities they provided. I'm glad it's a small town because I'm from a small town and it definitely feels like home and the opportunity to play D1 football is a once in a lifetime, so if they want me then I will gladly accept.”
Sexton, a 5-11 170 athlete that plays as a RB, slot receiver and LB, is also hearing from Northwestern, Eastern Michigan, Akron, Cornell and Trine. He has also paid a visit to Central Michigan for junior day.
As for his plans for the summer, Sexton plans to be busy attempting to earn a coveted scholarship to a Division 1 program.
”I'm going to go to almost every camp I can,” he said. “I'm going to go to Michigan State’s elite camp, Akron’s, Ball State’s, Trines, CMU, I'm going to the Nike Sparq combine, I think there is an Adidas one as well, but I'm not entirely sure.”