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Council still set on four

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“It was pretty good,” he commented. “The game atmosphere at the school was a big standout. That was about it.”
Council was hosted by freshman safety Ryan Mundy, and rated the visit a “seven and a half or eight.” He said the visit compared favorably to the others he has taken.
“It was pretty nice, but I have been to three, and they were all pretty much the same. All came out about a seven to nine.” Council went to Notre Dame on Sept. 19 and Virginia on Oct. 17. He has a trip planned to Virginia Tech this weekend, but said it will be unofficial.
The four aforementioned schools are the finalists for his signature, but when will make his intentions known?
“I plan to decide before the new year,” he commented. “Maybe before then. I have been thinking about it hard. Maybe after the playoffs.” The last regular season game is Friday night and the playoffs begin the following week.
“I am just looking for best chance to go and play,” he added. “I just want the school that fits me the best.” As of right now, there is no clear-cut leader amongst his top four.
Council has been named all-conference after both his sophomore and junior seasons. He is well on his way to bigger and better awards as a senior, with eight interceptions and 47 tackles on defense and 11 touchdowns on offense.
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