Visit Report: Tyson Cisrow

Florida DB Tyson Cisrow discusses his visit to Utah over the weekend

The Florida pipeline has already brought multiple players across the country to Utah in recent years and they're looking to land more in the 2015 class. Defensive back Tyson Cisrow out of St. Thomas Aquinas High in Fort Lauderdale is one of those targets and he visited Salt Lake City over the weekend.

"It was a really good visit. I got to go to the game, tour the whole campus, and interact with the coaches and players. Andre Godfrey was my host and we got along really good."

While the visit and tours went well, the Utes' big win over USC was the most defining part of the visit experience.

"That game was amazing. It was the most exciting game I've ever been a part of. I jumped over the fence with the fans and rushed the field at the end of the game."

The 6-0, 190 pounder's time with the coaches really had an impact on him while in Salt Lake City.

"The coaches really stood out to me. They're really into family and taking care of you. Coach Erickson is a good guy and I really liked all of them."

While Cisrow's size lends towards the safety position, Utah has told him that they'd use him in a variety of ways.

"Utah said that I can play all over at either safety, nickel, or corner. I really don't have a preference as to which one I play."

After the visit, Utah looks like they may have the edge for his services.

"I don't really have a leader right now, but Utah is going to be tough to beat after the visit. I'm still going to take visits to West Virginia and Indiana. Not sure about the final two visits, but I want to decide within the next month."

What is it going to take for Utah to land Cisrow?

"The most important things to me are a good coaching staff and an environment that I'm most comfortable in."

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