After spending a lot of time on the sidelines last fall due to injuries, McCormick High School LB prospect, Nazwell Perrin, refused to let that discourage him from playing football this season. The 2010 prospect simply took it as a challenge, and was determined that nothing was going to stop him from getting back on the field. Well after playing healthy in the first couple of games this season, the 5-10, 210 pound athlete appears pretty satisfied with his progress thus far.
"Yes sir, it's been going pretty good so far," Perrin told SCPrepNation.com in a recent interview. "We've played two games so far this season; Crescent and Wagner-Salley. I had 9 tackles in the first game and 11 tackles in the second game. It feels good to be back out there."
Due to Perrin's limited amount of action on the playing field last fall, things have been a little quiet on the recruiting front. Therefore, he has only been drawing attention from a few in-state schools like South Carolina State, Presbyterian, and Charleston Southern. But Perrin has a trick up his sleeve, in regards to receiving some more recruiting attention. The talented senior informed us that he and his father are in the process of putting together a highlight tape of his early games this season, and will be passing it around to various coaching staffs fairly soon.
Nazwell also informed us that he'd like to play ball close to home. But at the same time, he also made it clear that he's opened to all other opportunities... After all, he's just merely looking for someone to give him a fair shot to compete on the next level. "It would be good to stay close to home," he said. "But if I can't that's fine too. I'm just looking for an opportunity to compete on the next level, and get an education."
SCPrepNation will keep you posted on the latest regarding Perrin, so stay tuned for much more.
Note: Perrin participated in the FoxSports/Scout.com Combine on this past spring in Charlotte, NC and recorded a 5.1 in the forty-yard dash. But he informed us that he has brought his forty time down to a 4.79. We certainly commend this young man for his hard work and dedication thus far, and have no choice but to believe that we will be seeing much more improvement in the near future…