Mike Bakas of the Miami Insiders site reports that the Hurricanes received a commitment this morning (Wednesday) from Brownwood, Texas standout quarterback Kirby Freeman.
Freeman told Bakas, "I was real excited, everyone was. It's just a great situation. Coach Werner said he's going to call the other quarterbacks they've offered and tell them they have gotten a quarterback for the Class of 2004 already. To be the only quarterback in the entire nation to be going to Miami is a really special thing."
I wanted to find out if this may change West Lawn, PA QB Chad Henne's (6-3, 230 lbs., 4.6 in the 40, 3.4 GPA) travel plans.
You've heard about the commitment of Kirby Freeman to Miami, how does this effect your plans to travel to Florida?
"None at all. I'm basically going down there to pay respects to the Miami coaches, nothing more."
Are you still deciding when you return?
Does this change your school preferences?
"No, it's still the same five (Michigan, Penn State, Miami, Georgia, and Tennessee)."
Does this have any impact on your decision?
Pa. QB Chad Henne Updates Us On Travel Plans
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