It came as no surprise as the safety was always high on the program. Still, he admitted the visit surprised him a bit.
He explains what ultimately sold him, while also giving a shout to fellow pledge Robert Nkemdiche.
Note: Sumner-Gardner was sidelined at practice Saturday resting a minor sore knee.
"It's nothing big. Just taking it easy," he said. He will be starting alongside senior Kameron Miles in the secondary this season.
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