Sexton Returns From the Hill

After missing arguably the greatest game in North Carolina football history, Laurinburg (N.C.) Scotland County quarterback Cameron Sexton was on hand for the Tar Heels' game versus Virginia Tech this past weekend.

Although this weekend's result didn't live up to the week before, the 6-foot-2, 180-pounder was able to use his unofficial visit to talk to members of the coaching staff as well as school officials.

"I met with [Coach John] Bunting and then [Coach Gunter] Brewer after the game," explained Sexton. "We just talked football and about the game.

"I also met with Matt Kupec, former Carolina QB [and vice chancellor of University advancement]. We just talked about the program."

Sexton, who is scheduled to announce his college destination by the end of the month, admits nothing has changed with his current favorites list, which includes Virginia Tech, N.C. State, Florida State, and Clemson as well as the Heels.

"I still some need more time," stated Sexton. "I don't really have a game plan, but around the end of the month I should know."

On top of his recruitment, Sexton is concentrating on the North Carolina 4AA State Championship playoffs, which kicks off this Friday. Scotland opens against Apex High School.

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