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WR Rashad Mason: Narrowing, or Adding?
The GoBlueWolverine Staff
Posted Jan 23, 2007
Nashville, Tenn., Pearl-Cohn wide receiver Rashad Mason has taken official visits to North Carolina, Michigan and Mississippi now. With just one more visit scheduled, is he starting to narrow things down?
spoke Monday evening to wide receiver
(6-5, 220, 4.5) from Nashville, Tenn., Pear-Cohn.
How did your visit to Ol Miss go last weekend?
"It went better than I expected."
What did you like about the visit?
"The campus was really nice, everything looked new and nice."
Mason did a good interview with the Mississippi Scout.com site on Monday, where he talked about each school he's been to so far (click
). So we asked him:
You've been to North Carolina, Michigan and Ole Miss now. How do your visits compare? Do you have a favorite visit so far?
"I'm trying to keep everything equal right now until I take all visits and just sit down and figure out my decision."
What is your next visit?
"I'm going to LSU this (the Jan. 26th) weekend."
And is that it, or are you going to take a fifth visit?
"I'm not done yet. I'm deciding on a 5th visit (for the Feb. 2nd weekend) between between Clemson, Arkansas, Louisville, UT (Tennessee), and Kentucky."
So the answer to the: "Narrowing, or Adding" question is: Adding!
Tues. Noon TJBlog #2: R. Sagesse, R. Mason
Jan 23, 2007
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