"I got an offer from Vanderbilt a couple of weeks ago. I'm also getting a bunch of letters from LSU and North Carolina. Louisville wants to see me in person at summer camp and Coach Cutcliffe from Notre Dame called about me before his heart surgery. Georgia wants me to visit for G-Day as well," Joei Fiegler said.
Any schools sit at the top of his leader board currently?
"I don't really even have any top schools right now. There's something I like about all of these schools really."
Where will he camp this summer?
"I'm going to a bunch of one day senior camps this summer. We also may go to Clemson's 7-on-7 passing league."
Fiegler has attended two junior day events so far.
"I've been to Vanderbilt and Clemson junior days so far. I'll also probably go to Georgia and North Carolina for their spring games as well."
What did he think about both of those visits?
Vanderbilt: "I thought it was really nice. I tell you what, I really like their coaches a lot. They're upgrading their facilities and I really believe they're headed in the right direction."
Clemson: "I absolutely love their campus. It's just the prototypical southern campus. I was really impressed with Death Valley a whole lot."
What is the Alcoa, TN star seeking in a school?
"I want to be able to get some playing time. I have the mentality that I'm second to none. I'll fight anyone for a spot and all I want is a chance. I also just want to be happy."
TN QB Impressed with Death Valley
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