Quincy discusses visit and increased interest

DeVon Quincy believes he may be close to picking up his first scholarship offer. The Lafayette linebacker explained the latest to Scout.com.

DeVon Quincy believes he may be close to picking up his first scholarship offer. The Lafayette linebacker explained the latest to Scout.com.

DeVon Quincy has been pretty busy with his recruitment as of late. But one school is really showing a lot of continued interest in him.

"Recruiting is going pretty well. I'm hearing from plenty of D-1 schools. I recently talked to Ohio. I told them they are one of my top schools. They are pretty thrilled about me," Quincy said.

Quincy has been to Ohio before and there may be another opportunity to visit again.

"I believe (they want me to visit again). Coach Collins wants me at the camp pretty bad. They told me they feel like I'll be a great fit for their team," he continued.

There are some other schools showing attention as well.

"I talked to Louisville. They told me that any time I want to come up, just call them. Also I told them I'm really interested. I've gotten letters from Cornell, Western Kentucky and Louisville. I also talked to Kentucky on a visit a couple of weeks ago," he continued.

Quincy enjoyed his cross-town visit to UK.

"I like how they will upgrade the stadium. I like the new dorms and the nice facilities. I loved the weight room. I talked with Coach (Neal) Brown briefly," he finished.

Scout.com will keep you updated on DeVon Quincy.


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