Top TE Target Set To Visit Duke This Weekend

Philadelphia, Pa., native Justin Renfrow had been waiting to add to his first two offers for some time now and last week numbers three and four hit his mailbox. The three-star athlete now holds four total offers and while Stanford remains in the lead Renfrow still has a ton of time to explore other options.

Justin Renfrow, the nation's No. 15 ranked tight end, picked up two more scholarships from Connecticut and Temple this week. The 6-foot-6, 250-pound athlete from Penn Charter already held offers from Stanford and West Virginia, but is definitely interested in both of these new suitors.

"Connecticut offered me Monday the 9th," Renfrow explained. "I talked to Coach Matt Cersosimo and he told me it was coming on the phone. The following day I talked to Head Coach Randy Edsall and he said he wants me to get up to Storrs as soon as possible because they're very excited about me and think I'd fit in well there. He was very easy to talk to and knew a lot about me on a personal level, not just my stat line."

"Temple offered on Friday too," Renfrow stated. "I was there looking around the campus and met with Head Coach Al Golden who is a great guy. He talked to me about the school and education a lot and you can tell he is very focused on his players getting a proper education. The newest thing they've added is that their players can take summer courses and I like that they're a program close to home that is on the rise."

Renfrow visited Connecticut this past weekend and will be going to North Carolina, North Carolina State and Duke

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