Dwayne Cohill talks about his visit to Notre Dame and future plans

Four-star combo guard Dwayne Cohill talks about his weekend trip to Notre Dame, and what is next on his agenda.

Four-star point guard Dwayne Cohill made a weekend unofficial visit to Notre Dame. The highly talented 2018 prospect has made numerous unofficial visits this off season, and after visiting South Bend he came away very impressed.

“It was amazing,” Cohill said of his time in South Bend. “We didn’t get there until about 2:30, and there was absolutely nowhere to park near the stadium. We talked to some of the people who were tailgating and they said they had been there since 8 a.m. for a 7:30 p.m. game.”

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Cohill continued, “It was just an amazing experience. The atmosphere at the game was great, and I got to walk around and see the coaches and the facilities and also watch the team workout so it was a good time.”

At this point Cohill has offers from schools such as Ohio State, Xavier, Pittsburgh, DePaul, West Virginia, Penn State, and others. Notre Dame hasn’t offered, but the Irish explained to Cohill their situation.

“I didn’t have a ton of time to talk with Coach (Mike) Brey because they had an official visitor on campus, but he did tell me that they want to see me more,” explained Cohill. “They told me that they would be coming to the school to watch me, and when they do that I could get an offer.”

Cohill continued, “I really liked the whole staff and I appreciated how honest they were with me, and I understood. I am not about counting offers, I want to have the schools really want me.”

The plan for Cohill was to visit Ohio State the weekend previous, but the weather got in the way of that.

“We both decided it wouldn’t be good for me to take a visit when it was just going to thunderstorm,” said Cohill. “We have talked a little bit about rescheduling and me getting down there.”

He continued about Ohio State, “We don’t have a specific date or anything. I just want to get there and talk to the coaches. At the moment though high school stuff is picking up, so I have to see our schedule before I start taking more college visits.”

For the No. 56 ranked player in the country he is still in the process of gathering all the information that he can about his schools, and will continue to see as many places as he can while also focusing on having a big junior season.


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