This story originally published on SuperPrep.com.
Rashad Mason (WR, Nashville, TN) - How can a player from a power house program, Pearl Cohn, go from a virtually unknown prospect to one of the more coveted players in the country?
"Everybody came in on me after my season was over. I did not have any junior film, but when I got in my senior fill, they started offering," added Rashad Mason
And offering they did, as Mason received scholarship offers from UCLA, Louisville, LSU, Ole Miss, North Carolina, and Michigan all within the past 6 weeks.
"I am going to take my (official) visits with North Carolina (1/5), Michigan (1/12), UCLA (1/19), LSU (1/26), and Ole Miss (2/2)."
What stands out about each college?
North Carolina - "The have a new staff so they are starting over, trying to come up, so that's what I most like about them."
Michigan - "They are just a top program every year. They are one of the top programs in the country."
UCLA - "I like them because they are in the PAC 10, and they like to throw the ball. They also have a warm climate over there. I am a big warm weather guy. I do not want to go anywhere where it is cold."
LSU - "They are one of the top programs in the SEC, and they like to throw the ball. I like LSU."
Ole Miss - "They are a program that is trying to upgrade their game and make a name for itself."
Which colleges have paid Rashad an inhome visit?
"Ole Miss, Michigan, and UCLA."
Which coaches have made an impact with Mason?
"Coaches Freeze (Ole Miss) and McCarthy (UCLA)."
What stands out about each coach?
"Coach Freeze came into my house and told me that he would treat me like his own child. Coach McCarthy came in my house honest, and UCLA was one of the first schools to jump on me. He told me he would be a father figure and take me to the next level."
Mason had 26 catches for 610 yards and 13 TD's as a senior. He was named All-Region, All-Midstate and All-State for his play on the field.
WR Rashad Mason: Five Visits Set
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