Note: Iowa native Josh Clark of TheInsiders.com did this interview today (Sunday) with the mother of wide receiver Adrian Arrington (Dec. 12 Michigan official visit, 2002 U-M Camper, U-M Nike stats: 6-4, 177 lbs., 4.5 in the 40, 32.4 inch vertical, 4.28 sec. Shuttle … 3.5 GPA) from Cedar Rapids, Ia., George Washington.
Iowa wide receiver Adrian Arrington completed his third official visit this weekend in making the half hour drive down to Iowa City. Now, it is time for Adrian to relax and think over his decision.
"Adrian wants some quiet time over the dead period, and has requested that he speaks with no reporters," said Norma, his mother. "He needs some time to himself to think over his decision, and I believe he could decide soon. He still says he will take his visit to UCLA on the 16th, though. He has a hard decision just coming off visits to Iowa and Michigan."
So while Arrington struggled much through the early parts of the recruiting process in deciding whether or not to officially visit Iowa, did the 6'4 190 wide receiver return happy about the experience?
"Yeah, he had a good time. There are a lot of things, even for myself, that I learned, and you just are not able to do that in only making a visit for a football games. They allowed us to ask questions to the players and academic support."
Arrington Returns From Iowa City
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