Cisrow hopes for summer decision

Tyson Cisrow has plenty of options when it comes to college. The 2015 safety of Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas says a handful stand out.

A long list of programs have offered St. Thomas Aquinas standout Tyson Cisrow.

"Right now, I have fourteen offers. Right now, sticking out for me, is Duke, West Virginia, Penn State, Bowling Green, and Indiana," he said.

The 6-foot-1, 185-pound athlete says it's his relationships with the coaches of those programs that has set those schools apart in his mind.

"It's just the coaches. All the guys that are recruiting me from those schools are cool guys and I have a good relationship with each of them," he said.

School will be out for Cisrow shortly and he hopes to visits a couple of schools in the next two weeks.

"I'm going to try to get up to Duke for sure, West Virginia for sure, and I'm not sure where else I'm going to go yet, but those two for sure," he said.

Those visits will be key for the rising senior safety as he hopes to make his decision sooner rather than later.

"I want to get it out of the way before the season, so probably at the end of the summer I want to get that done," he said.

"When I take those visits, (I'll be looking for) where I feel comfortable. I'll see about that and education for sure. I want to get a good education."

There are still a couple of schools Cisrow would like to add to his offer list.

"Maryland, I've been in touch with them a lot and I hope to get that offer, and Miami, that's been my dream school growing up," he said.

Stay tuned to Scout.com for the latest on Tyson Cisrow and his recruitment.


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