QB Cameron Sexton
6-3, 185, 4.51
Scotland High School
Laurinburg, North Carolina
When a player (such as Cameron Sexton) is seen on a particular campus (such as North Carolina) on more than a few occasions people start to talk.
"I'm not committed to [North] Carolina or committing to anyone anytime soon," exclaimed the dual-threat quarterback from Laurinburg (N.C.) Scotland High School. "I'm just tired of answering that question."
When Sexton does decide to commit, his decision will come from a pool of the same five schools the 6-foot-2, 180-pounder has been mulling over the past few months.
"It's still Virginia Tech, Clemson, FSU, NC State and UNC in no order," stated Sexton, who has unofficially visited each of his favorites. "Eventually I probably will [officially visit each favorite], but for now Clemson (September 3rd), Virginia Tech (September 17th), and FSU (October 10th) are the ones that I have scheduled.
"Clemson, I like Coach O'Cain and the fact that we run their offense and the terminology and system is the same.
"Virginia Tech, the relationship I have with the coaches is great and I like the opportunity to play early.
"FSU, the tradition and the athletes they have and a chance to compete for a national championship.
"NC State, the fact that they produced Phillip [Rivers] and the new facilities I like the direction the program is heading.
"UNC, it's a school I'm comfortable with and the atmosphere I like also the opportunity to play early."
Sexton opened his senior season with a bang by defeating Lumberton 62-7 accounting for five touchdowns of his team's touchdowns.
No Sexton Commitment...Yet
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