In addition to hearing from Coach Sewak, Brendan Nosovitch has also had a chance to speak with Georgia Tech head coach Paul Johnson. "Both of them are telling me they like me very much and I could be a great fit for their offense. Coach Johnson says he really likes what I can do as a quarterback."
Both coaches have watched film of Nosovitch and have invited him to visit this summer. "I plan on visiting Tech this summer. I have a few schools from the south that are recruiting me. I know I will be going to Virginia for a visit and I will drop down to see Clemson and Georgia Tech."
Does Nosovitch feel that he could be a fit for Georgia Tech's triple option? "I think I could fit into the triple option very well. The option and the spread are offenses I can run. I wouldn't mind being a quarterback in either system."
The offer from Georgia Tech brings his total offers to eight. Brendan also has a good idea of which schools are his favorites. "Right now South Carolina, Georgia Tech, Virginia, and Clemson are schools that are very interesting to me. I know that Georgia Tech is recruiting me very hard. I feel that I have good relationship I have with Coach Sewak and Coach Johnson. Still, I am kind of open if more schools were to offer."
Distance from home will not be a factor in Brendan's decision. A lot of the schools are from the south and that is just fine with me."
The 6'2'-200 Nosovitch runs a 4.5 forty and feels he has the ability to be a dual option quarterback. "I think that I have the ability to handle the pass and the run. If the defense is taking away the pass, I feel I can hurt them with my running ability. On the flip side, if the defense is stacking to take away the run, I feel I am a good enough passer to hurt them through the air."
Academics will be the number one factor in Brendan making his college choice. "I want to major in business. Also, I will look at my relationship with the coaches. Lastly, I want to go to a college that runs an offense that I feel I am comfortable with, like the spread or option offenses." Look for Brendan to make that decision by the end of the summer.