Brazinski Is In No Hurry To Make a Decision

Mark Brazinski's mailbox is starting to fill up with letters from schools all across the country. The Immaculata center talked to SOR about what camps he will be attending and what will factor into his final decision. Come see what he had to say.

Immaculata junior lineman Mark Brazinski already has from Pennsylvania and Boston College and is starting to hear from other schools.

" I only have two D-I offers right now and I likem and see good things in both schools," Brazinski said. "I'm starting to send in tapes and schools are starting to send me stuff. Colorado sends me a handwritten letter every week and a lot of other places are coming out of nowhere."

The 6-foot-4 285 pound center has been asked to attend the junior days of Northwestern, Boston College and Rutgers. He was unable to attend the Eagles' junior day because it fell on the same day as his SAT.

The Somerville, N.J. resident does plan on attending the Scarlet Knights' junior day that will be held this Saturday. Being close by to the school, he has followed the team and had some good things to say about them.

"I like the coaching staff a lot," Brazinski said. "I went to the games against Buffalo and USF and I really like the atmosphere there. The atmosphere can rival anyone and is up there with Penn State and Boston College."

Brazinski will also be attending other college combines where he can showcase his skills to college scouts such as the Elite College Combine (he went there as a sophomore also), a Nike Camp and Football U that is sponsored by the Army All-American game.

In what he's looking for in a school, he said academics and playing time are most important.

"I know all the programs are good at football so I want to go to a place where I can get a good education," he said. "I'm going to need something to do after football, and I'm interested in business(as a major). I also want to go to a place where I can play for a few years. I don't have to play my freshman year, but I would like to be playing by my sophomore or junior season."

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