When Will It Snow

At 6-foot-1 and 220 pounds, Deleware fullback Brandon Snow is one of the top overall prospects in the entire country and he has the offers to prove it. The talented fullback talks about the entire recruiting process, talks about his experience at the Penn State/Miami game, and talks about the Hurricanes in this exclusive interview with grassy.com.

At 6-foot-1 and 220, Snow says he is best friends with current Hurricane Orien Harris, who was a former teammate and classmate of Snow. He's been timed at 4.60 at several camps and says he's even into the 4.55 range now. On film, he's a dominating blocker, probably the most complete blocking fullback I've seen at that age since former Hurricane and current NFLer Nick Williams. Snow is trying to bring his 800 SAT score up to a qualifying score of 850.

Which schools have been calling you this fall: Everybody's been calling. I have a lot of offers and they're all calling.

Name the schools who have sent you scholarship offers: The Big 3 in Florida, Notre Dame, Michigan, Penn State, Wisconsin, Virginia, Maryland, Virginia Tech, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Syracuse, Arizona, Boston College, and so on...

If signing day were tomorrow, what's it looking like: I think about some more than others, but I'm not willing to name any favorites just yet. I haven't been on any trips or anything like that yet.

Have you scheduled any visits: Not yet, but I have some ideas of where I want to go. I went on an unofficial trip to Penn State for the Miami game.

Thoughts? Miami's a great team. There isn't a better team in the country.

Does one of those visit ideas include Miami: Yes sir. I talked to Orien last Saturday and he said the coaches were asking about me. Coach Kehoe tried calling me from the Penn State, but I wasn't home. That was real cool. They're definitely in the mix.

Personally, it sounds like Snow is trying to keep all the recruiting stuff under the vest. But I was able to squeeze some info out of him and it sounds like he's very interested in UM. His best friend plays there, he says they're the No. 1 team in the country, they've offered, and he says he's thinking about visiting. It all adds up to what I would consider good chances for the Hurricanes. But signing day is a long ways away still, so stay tuned.

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