Sexton Not Ready to Commit

As every Tar Heel fan who follows football recruiting knows, Laurinburg (N.C.) Scotland dual-threat quarterback Cameron Sexton is one of the major targets for the class of 2005. The 6-foot-2, 180-pounder was among the many top recruits that witnessed first hand UNC's exciting defeat of in-state rival N.C. State this past weekend.

"Yeah, it really was a great game," remarked Sexton. "I can't say I've seen a better game at Kenan [Stadium] than that.

"I think Carolina played well and I think that it shows in those games records don't matter and that as wacky as college football has been this year why can't Carolina upset State?"

Sexton affirmed that the Tar Heel upset of the Wolfpack has no barring on his favorites list, which includes both schools in addition to Florida State, Clemson and Virginia Tech.

"It was just a good visit, but it won't affect anything," explained Sexton. "I know everything about every school that I need to know. It just comes down to me deciding."

Saturday's visit to Chapel Hill was once believed to be Sexton's final visit before his decision, but the three-star prospect admits that might not be the case. Sexton, who has officially visited FSU and Clemson, believes he might be in attendance for a few more UNC and N.C. State games, and might even take an official visit to Virginia Tech.

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