Conway Lists Two Favorites

Sean Conway, 6-3, 285 pound offensive guard from Nashville-Father Ryan High School (Tenn.) talked recently about his top two schools. Find out more about which schools are showing him the most interest and what he thinks about each.

Sean Conway reported, "Right now the top schools recruiting me are Western Kentucky and Middle Tennessee."

He went on to say of Western Kentucky, "I like their facilities because they are amazing. Bowling Green seems like a football kind of town because everybody goes to games and the fans seem to support the program. I really like the coaches like Coach Elson and Coach Wells. They really seem to love the program and have it heading in the right direction."

The Blue Raiders from Middle Tennessee have been recruiting Conway as well and seem to be hard after his services. He explained, "At Middle Tennessee it is another big football town, the facilities are really nice and Coach Stephens is an awesome guy and I really like him."

Each school should plan on receiving another visit from Conway as he nears towards his decision. He commented, "I'm planning on going to the Western Kentucky game against Middle Tennessee at Western Kentucky. I will probably go to another Middle Tennessee game sometime."

Right now Western Kentucky and Middle Tennessee are recruiting the heaviest but there are a few schools that are continuing to stay in contact. He commented, "Tennessee, Duke, and Mississippi State will send a few letters."

This past weekend Conway was able to take in a visit to Tennessee to find out more about the Vols. He explained, "Tennessee is an awesome school. They are down this year but they will bounce back. It was a great atmosphere."

As for having a leader amongst the two Sun Belt rivals Conway commented, "Middle Tennessee and Western Kentucky are both neck and neck right now. I think they are both pretty good."

One factor that both programs is presenting is the opportunity to play early as a freshman. He explained, "They both are saying I have a shot if I do not get red shirted to play as a freshman." Conway went on to say of the opportunity, "It would be awesome to play as a freshman, but I kind of want to have that year to lift weights and get stronger for the next year."

As for Conway's team and their performance this season it has been a year filled with heartbreaking losses including this past Friday in a 38-25 loss to number one ranked Nashville-Ensworth. He said of the game, "We were up in the fourth quarter and we did not capitalize. We played tough and I am proud of my team. For the last two games I think the seniors are going to play hard and go after Montgomery Bell Academy."


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