Quinn and his family had a good talk with coach Meyer.
"Coach Meyer was telling us about the program and the graduation rate at Florida," he said. "It was very impressive. He went on to talk about how they keep players on the right track to graduate for life after football."
Quinn also got a chance to take in the Gators' first practice of the fall.
"I stayed for the first session," Quinn said. "That freshman class is just plain sick. They are ready to make some noise this year. All those young guys are ready to take it to the next level of their careers"
But now, Quinn is getting ready for his own senior season to get underway.
"I can't wait to get back on the field and get this thing cranked up," he said. "We ran a 4-3 last year, and this year we are putting in the 3-4. The coaching staff is moving me around a bit this year between outside linebacker and defensive tackle. I actually prefer to play outside linebacker and defensive end. End is where most teams are telling me that I have the best chance to succeed at the next level."
Quinn compared his two trips to Gainesville and Tallahassee.
"I like both Florida and Florida State," he said. "I would say that the trips went about the same for me. My dad did not say that much, he was soaking it all in and later we will sit down and discuss each of them. The biggest difference is that Florida is coming off that national championship and they have Carlos."