Tough Decision

Two-star OL Evan Swindall visited Ole Miss this weekend, but still remains committed to UCF. However, the 6-foot-3, 270 pounder has a tough decision to make. Read about it inside.

"It was pretty good," Swindall said of his first trip to Oxford. "My parents came with me and we had a good time. It was better than I expected."

The UCF commitment was hosted by freshman Bradley Sowell and had a few questions for the current Rebel.

"I wanted to know how Ole Miss was and what school was like," he said. "I was curious to see what the players did on the weekend, even though Oxford is a small town."

What did Sowell have to say?

"He told me there was a lot to do, despite the small town atmosphere," Swindall explained. "We hung out at the dorms and I got to meet some other players. I can't remember a lot of their names, but we had a good time. He likes it up there."

He currently holds offers from UCF and South Alabama, but after meeting with head coach Houston Nutt on Sunday, another college choice appears to be on the table.

"Coach Nutt offered me a greyshirt," said Swindall. "He told me they would love to have me and he liked what I have to offer. (Taking a greyshirt) doesn't seem that bad, but I still have to weigh my options."

The Hoover-Spain Park, (Ala.), product projects as a center at the next level and was UCF's first commitment of the 2009 class after visiting the Golden Knight for Junior Day.

Swindall doesn't have any other visits lined up, but he won't write it off if the right opportunity presents itself.

"I don't know if I'll take any more visits or not," he said. "Right now, it's between Ole Miss and Central Florida."


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