Tyler Hayworth talks decision
"I feel great," Tyler Hayworth said. "I'd been thinking about it, and I'd liked Wake since they'd started recruiting me my sophomore year. Coach Lobo told me I had the offer on Tuesday, and well, it just feels like home.
"The coaches are the best people in the world," he added.
The Dobyns Bennett High School athlete had an offer from Cincinnati in addition to Wake Forest. He described his relationship with one coach in particular.
"It's mainly been coach Lobo," Hayworth said. "He's been the one that's been recruiting me – me and him, we've had a good relationship and kept in good contact since I went to camp at Wake the summer before junior year.
"Winston Salem's a beautiful city- it feels like home up there. And the academics; you cant pass up that education."
Before hitting the gridiron with the Deacs Hayworth plans to, "work on getting faster and stronger and becoming an overall better player; on and off the field, mentally and physically."
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