Tyler Sash has been sitting on his
Speculation around the state has
surfaced saying that Sash was "waiting" on an offer from
"No I still like
Sash admitted to being a Hawkeye fan while growing up, but he also said that who he rooted for as a child would not affect the big decision he will be making in the near future.
"I'd say it's 50-50. When I look
at a school, I don't want to go to a school and practice for three years and
play for one. I want to look at playing time, position, and education. There are
going to be a number of factors," Sash said. "The Cyclones play some of the best
teams in the nation in
Like most young boys in the state
"I always had dreams about it.
First of all, I always wanted to play basketball at
Now that he has offers from both in-state schools, Sash told CN that playing elsewhere won't be a factor. At least he doesn't think so at this point.
"I'll most likely play in-state. I don't think anything else will open up but I'll most likely stay in state," Sash said.
So what does
"I like the Cyclones obviously. They were the first school that offered me. I like their coaching staff. They are really down to earth people. They are really easy to talk to. They are honest with you," Sash said.
Sash is likely to make a decision before his senior season starts to take pressure off of him during his final season at Oskaloosa.
"I just want to get it over with and know were I'm going so I can have fun playing high school football," said Sash. "I just want to be a kid and play high school football just like everybody else. I don't want to have to worry about playing bad in one game and getting a dropped scholarship or anything like that."
As a junior, Sash was named first
team All-State by the Des Moines Register
When he gets to college, Sash said that he wants to get into coaching and hopefully be a grad assistant someday.
"I know that I want to be a football coach," said Sash.