David Duran talked to GAVSV.com about his decision to play in the Big East Conference for the Bearcats.
"Their coaching staff impressed me the most," said Duran. "I felt like the offensive system that they run up there is a system that I can be successful with.'
Duran is very confident about his decision and he said he would not be taking any more official visits.
"I'm very solid with Cincinnati," he said. "I'm not planning on taking anymore visits."
"I think I'm going up there in the first week of December. They have a lot of the guys that are committed coming to talk to the coaches and stuff. I'm definitely going to be there for that."
The two star tight end had three other offers including Akron, Hawaii and East Carolina before committing to Cincinnati. He will play tight end at the next level.
"Coach (Dave) Warner, the Offensive Coordinator, is recruiting me for Cincinnati," Duran said. "He always seems to be very honest with me and I really liked that."
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