Commitment Update: Quan Stevenson

Quan Stevenson, Scout.com three-star cornerback from Andrews, N.C., is playing all over the field this season. He is committed to Duke and has been on a couple of trips to Durham this fall. He talked about the unofficial visits and commitment to the Blue Devils.

"I have been up to two games this year," said Quan Stevenson. "I went to the North Carolina Central game this past weekend. I went to their first game [Richmond]. I think they are doing good.."

"They are trying to build the program. The coaches and players are talking good. They have a tough match-up this weekend against Virginia Tech. I am going this weekend for the game."

Stevenson shared reasons for commiting to the in-state school.

"Basically the reason I committed was because they have a good program and are trying to build it," Stevenson explained. "I also want to be a good student-athlete. Education was a big part of my decision. I can get a good degree from Duke and be set after college."

Stevenson has a good relationship with the coaching staff.

"They are keeping in touch with me," he said. "Coach Jim Collins talks to me. He is a real humble guy. I believe he is a good coach. We talk about how I am doing and see how everything is going up here."

The 6-foot, 194-pound prospect discussed playing on the defensive side of the ball on the next level.

"They recruited me to play cornerback," Stevenson said. "I feel good about playing the position. I can really see what I can do on the field. I feel like my speed and jumping ability are my biggest strengths. I am trying to improve on my footwork. I think it's good, but I can improve."

Stevenson updated the latest about his senior season as well.

"The season is going pretty good," he said "We have had a rough start. We should pick it up. We are 2-3. We play Lexington at their place this week. We had a good week of practice."

"I know I have five touchdowns this year. I don't have any defensive stats. I am playing wide receiver, strong safety, free safety, cornerback, punter and kicker."


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