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Inside theVille first spoke with Sean Sester
of Highlands High School in Fort Thomas back in May just as his recruiting was kicking off. At that time he indicated that he was receiving interest from a number of regional programs. That trend continued each time we spoke with him, but, seven months later things are beginning to take shape as the impressive offensive lineman has narrowed his list of favorites down to four.
6'8, 275-pound Sean Sester (ITV)
of Ohio are the ones that he is still looking at," said Sean's father Stephen. "He wants to stay close to home."
At 6'8, 275-pounds, Sean has the size that could allow him to anchor an offensive line on the collegiate level, but he realizes that he still has room for improvement.
"I'm better at pass blocking," explained Sean, who was recently named All-State honorable mention. "I'm not real strong run blocking, so I will need to continue to work in the weight room."
U of L offensive line coach Mike Summers, along with quarterbacks coach Jeff Brohm, who is recruiting Sester, recently visited Sean and his family at their home in Northern Kentucky.
"They explained what U of L has to offer and what type of person they are looking for," explained Sean's father.
"They talked about the type of program that they run there," added Sean, who plans on studying medicine. "We also talked about the education aspect of the school and what programs are available."
With all of his favorites extending scholarship offers, Sester is now in the process of taking his official visits. He is scheduled to trip to Louisville in early January and will have visited both Purdue and Kentucky by that time.
Sean anchored a Highland High School line that helped guide it's team to the Kentucky 3A Champsionship game, where they fell to Boyle County.
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Sean Sester (ITV)