OLB Tegray Scales Profile
Scales was in town with Colerian High School [Cincinnati] teammate George Brown.
"That was all right. I got to sit down with the coaches and took a view of the indoor facility. We rode around campus. It was really nice," Scales told CUTigers this weekend.
He added, "I was talking to coach [Marion] Hobby and then we sat down with the head coach [Dabo Swinney] in his office for about 15 minutes."
What stood out?
"[Swinney's] theme was running a race to win. That was his biggest motto."
Louisville, Indiana and Western Michigan have offered the No. 21 outside linebacker in the class of 2014.
"I'm just enjoying the process right now. I don't know who else is going to send me offers," Scales said.
He added, "I've been talking to Bowling Green lately, and Michigan State."
"No favorites yet."
A few factors will be considered as he moves forward.
"For the football team, I want to be around a group of guys that I feel comfortable with, and coaches that I feel comfortable with. School-wise, have a great academic side, a school that has a great academic [tradition]."
As a junior, Scales had 67 tackles, three forced fumbles and an interception.
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