Falvey Hopes Visits, Camps Leads To Offers

Lake Brantley, Florida offensive lineman Tyler Falvey started his recruiting visits with trips to two ACC schools. While on those visits, Tyler received his second offer from Central Arkansas. Cincinnati was the first to offer Tyler. Tyler hopes his upcoming visits and camps will lead to more offers.

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Lake Brantley, Florida offensive lineman Tyler Falvey started his recruiting visits with trips to two ACC schools. While on those visits, Tyler received his second offer from Central Arkansas. Cincinnati was the first to offer Tyler.  Tyler hopes his upcoming visits and camps will lead to more offers.

The first visit for Tyler was to Raleigh, North Carolina to see North Carolina State. He followed that visit by flying to Atlanta to visit Georgia Tech. “Both visits were very good and if you asked me to find a negative about either school, I couldn’t.”  

Tyler arrived at North Carolina State on a Friday and toured the school and athletic facilities. Tyler and his family were invited to stay overnight and watch spring practice the next day which they did. “It was a good practice and I got to see how colleges run their practices.” Tyler also liked the campus and its proximity to the city.

Coach Craig Candeto hosted Tyler on his visit to Tech. As was the case with the North Carolina State visit, they toured the school and the athletic facilities. “The facilities are nice and the educational opportunities there are limitless.”

Tyler was hoping to meet Coach Paul Johnson and the offensive line coaches but didn’t get the opportunity on this visit. “I’ll get a chance to do that. Both schools asked me to come back for their summer camps. I’m planning to do that.” Tyler hopes his camp performances will lead to offers from both schools. 

Additional visits are in the works for Tyler. His spring practices and spring game will limit the number of visits he’ll be able to take this spring. “I know I’m going to Central Arkansas because they offered and I’ve been invited to the Georgia Southern Junior Day.” Tyler hopes to take that visit but is not sure if he’ll be able to make the trip.

Tyler will be moving from offensive guard to offensive tackle this spring. “I’m still growing and at 6’4”-300, my coach wants to take advantage of my size on the end of the line.” The move will allow Tyler the chance to send new film to schools with him playing his new position. “I think this is a good thing for my recruitment.”


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