6'6, 290 pound sophomore in high school talks MSU offer from Coach Dantonio and Coach Staten

6'6", 290 pound sophomore in high school talks MSU offer from Coach Dantonio and Coach Staten

Quinn Carroll, a sophomore offensive tackle from Edina, Minnesota, holds 15 scholarship offers. His latests offers came from Michigan State and Florida State. The 6’6”, 290 pound offensive tackle’s other offers include LSU, Ohio State, Penn State, UCLA, University of Michigan, and other top programs. Spartan Nation caught up with Quinn to discuss his interest in the Spartans.

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Quinn is very familiar with the coaches at Michigan State. “This offer means a lot to me. I've always had a ton of respect for Coach Staten and Coach Dantonio,” he told Spartan Nation. “Coach Staten had me call him Thursday evening and that is when he offered me over the phone.”

http://www.scout.com/player/208374-quinn-carroll/recruiting?year=2018

As a lineman, Quinn knows that all top-notch offenses begin with a solid offensive line. “I believe that offensive linemen build the [Spartan’s] program. They have an amazing offensive line tradition and that is evident with their success as a program and NFL production,” he explained.

Quinn has already taken an unofficial visit to Michigan State in the past. As of now he does not have a top group of schools as he described, “I have equal interest in most of the schools that have offered me.”

A 6’6”, 290 pound offensive linemen can help out any team, especially one that is only a sophomore in high school with room to grow. Many schools are after Quinn with some pressure. “From what I have heard from schools, I have good feet and am an athletic Tackle with great 

aggressiveness.” 

The enormous 2019 offensive lineman is not yet rated by Scout, however his many early offers from top programs suggests he will be one of the most highly sought after offensive linemen in the nation. Spartan Nation will stay in touch with Quinn Carroll as he visits many schools, including MSU in the coming months.


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