VandyMania: Thanks for your time answering our questions Cole. We know you are very busy this summer. You are considered a top prospect at several positions including wide receiver, safety and running back. Which position do you most want to play in college?
Cole Seifrig: I want to play receiver in college. I feel
that position fits me well with my size and running
ability. I just enjoy scoring touchdowns.
VM: Cole, numerous schools are recruiting you right now. Can you please tell us your favorites and rank them in order of preference?
CS: My top 5 college choices as of now are in this
order: Alabama, Stanford, Kentucky, Vanderbilt,
Indiana. Alabama is for sure my number one choice
VM: What schools have offered you so far?
CS: Ball State is the only school who has offered me
so far. There are others who are very interested that
I feel will offer anytime soon.
VM: Which Vanderbilt coach has been primarily recruiting you?
CS: Coach Fowler is the coach who recruits my area.
VM: You attended a Vanderbilt mini-camp in June. Can you tell us how that went?
CS: I performed very well at the Vandy camp in June.
I feel I was the best receiver there. My forty was
4.5 flat in my cleats on grass. My shuttle run was
4.1. I broad jumped 9'10". I'm not sure exactly what
my vertical was at Vandy but at the Alabama camp it
VM: Speaking of Vanderbilt, what is it you like about that school?
CS: What I like about Vanderbilt is the great
education you get. Also, Vanderbilt plays in what I
would consider the toughest conference in the nation.
VM: You are rapidly approaching your senior high school season. Tell us about your goals as a player this season.
CS: I have set some goals for myself for my senior
year of football. My number one goal is to win the
state championship with an undefeated season. I feel
I should at least get 30 touchdowns. I want to rush
for 1,000 yards and receive for 1,000 yards as well.
On defense, my goal is to get at least 10 interceptions.
VM: Cole, thanks for you time. We wish you the best of luck during your senior season and in your choice of colleges.