Quinn making stops this spring
Lake Charles (La.) Barbe wide receiver Trey Quinn isn't sure of his favorites right now, or even his entire spring visit lineup, but he knows when he'd like to make a decision. "I would like to make a decision sometime before my senior year," Quinn said. "I'm not completely sure when, but I'm going on a lot of visits this spring. So, I should have a better idea after that." Quinn holds an offer from Notre Dame, and the Bayou state standout is considering a visit to see the Irish. "My dad and I are still trying to figure out visits," Quinn said. "Notre Dame gets brought up a lot, and I would like to get out there. It's still a possibility that I go there this spring." "Notre Dame likes my versatility, I can play inside or outside," Quinn said. "They say I would fit into their offense. Notre Dame has such great tradition, and they are a football school. Coach [Kerry] Cooks and I keep in touch." Quinn has visited LSU and Texas A&M so far, so these next couple of weeks will be huge for Quinn's recruitment. "I'm going to LSU this Saturday, Texas Tech next Tuesday, and maybe Texas the Saturday after that," he said. "I also want to see Ole Miss, Clemson, and Notre Dame soon. Those schools are on me a lot. It's hard to say who is recruiting me the hardest. I never know how to answer that question." Being from Louisiana, Quinn says he was raised with LSU in his backyard. "I was born and raised with LSU around me," Quinn said. "It feels natural. But, I want to see other places, too. I'm open to leaving the South. I want to find what's best for me, and my parents said they'll support wherever that is." "I want a place that feels like home. I want a place where I can strive to get better for four years, get a good education and compete," he said. Quinn is a four-star prospect, and he had 111 receptions last year for 2,094 yards and 26 touchdowns.
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