Terrance Austin Proflie
"I just got back from Oregon," Austin said. "It was real nice. The facilities, the coaches, the game, the Civil War...the whole thing was fun. They run a spread offense, 3 WRs on the field, they throw the ball a lot."
Austin listed the Ducks in his top five. "It's UCLA, Notre Dame, Oregon, Miami, and Arizona."
Austin, who is scheduled to visit Miami this weekend and Arizona on Jan. 13, spoke about why Notre Dame and Miami are so high on his list right now. "Notre Dame is cool," he said."The coaches are very informative and answer your questions. They throw the ball a lot. I was up there for on official when they played SC. I visit Miami this week. I really like them, their history with their wide receivers. Look at the guys that have been there. Sinorice Moss is there balling, Santana Moss was balling when he was there, Kellen Winslow, nothing wrong there."
Austin isn't worried about potentially leaving his home state for college. "No problems going out of state," he said. "I have to go some place for four years, so it should be a place where I feel comfortable."
at will factor into his final decision? "Comfort level at being there," he said. "I also want to play right and be active. I want to be comfortable with the coaching staff, comfortable at the school."
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