Delray Beach (Fla.) American Heritage wide receiver Herve Coby has felt confident about where he would spend his college career for a few days, but after deciding to skip a scheduled official visit to West Virginia he is positive on his final decision.
"I am going to Bowling Green," Coby said. "I actually made the decision last Thursday, but I wasn't positive until just recently."
Coby chose the Falcons over Michigan State and West Virginia. He said there were multiple reasons why he decided to select Bowling Green and shared a few.
"First off, the whole coaching staff treated me like I was already on the team and it is all family-oriented up there," Coby said. "The number one thing is that they throw the ball a lot."
The 6-foot-1, 165-pound wide receiver had been confident that Bowling Green would be his destination since his official visit on Jan. 14th.
"I really enjoyed my visit there," Coby said. "The school was incredible. They have a good program for my major, sports management, and I got to talk to some academic advisors and they sat me down and went through everything with me. It was just a good atmosphere. The students there said it is a nice place and that there is a lot of stuff to do. Everybody was cool when I went up there."
Coby intends to make the decision official on Wednesday when he signs at school.