" committed to
"I can't wait to step up and play ball for them," said Vargas.
Vargas, like many offensive line recruits said that he felt especially close to Barney Cotton, and was thrilled that Cotton recruited him.
"Coach Cotton recruited me. That's really something that I appreciated. He came down here and looked at me. That said a lot. It really meant a lot to me," said Vargas.
Vargas got to do a lot on his
visit but there were two main things that sold him on
"I got to meet the players. I went to go and watch them practice. I wanted to watch them practice before I made my decision. I wanted to see how they played. What really caught my eye the most was that they play together as a team," he said. "They always have in their minds that there isn't anything that they can't do. That's really what I want to be a part of. That's what we had here in high school," said Vargas.
The other big thing for Vargas was the relationship that the players have with the coaches.
"They are all great coaches. I got a chance to talk to meet most of them. They aren't there to get paid. They are there for the kids. They are there to help the kids achieve their goals. Coach Mac is a nice guy. They're basically the same coaches that I have down here. That's how I felt. They really wanted me to commit to them. Coaching is really important to me because I think you really have to have a coach player relationship and if you don't have that then you really won't have any players on the team. You don't want a bunch of people who just show up," said Vargas.
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