FSU, VTech impress top QB

Laurinburg (N.C.) Scotland County quarterback Cameron Sexton has made recent visits to two of his top five schools -- Florida State and Virginia Tech. Where does his recruiting stand now?
Sexton, a 6-foot-1, 171-pound signal caller possesses a strong arm with excellent speed running a 4.47 in the 40-yard dash. Cameron earned all-conference honors as a junior.
“Both visits went very well,” admitted Sexton. “My visit to Blacksburg was just an unofficial visit while I camped at Florida State.”
Cameron holds offers from both schools as well as from Clemson, North Carolina State, and West Virginia, his other three favorites. How did these recent visits stack up against the other school’s he has seen up to this point?
“I was really impressed with these two schools, a little more than what I’ve seen on previous visits,” explained Sexton. “The facilities and the campus atmosphere of both was really nice. Coach Beamer and Coach Bowden are both great guys to speak with and play for.”
Both Florida State and Virginia Tech appear to be in line to receive official visits from Sexton.
“I’ll take as many visits as I need, but I probably won’t take all five,” expressed Sexton. “Florida State and Virginia Tech will both probably be two of the schools I take official visits to.”
Sexton and fellow Tar Heel stand-out Jonathan Hannah have been tossing around the possibility of playing for the same team in college. What’s Sexton’s take on the possibility of playing with Hannah?
“We met at the North Carolina State camp earlier this year and exchanged information,” said Sexton. “It would be nice to play together at the next level, but I don’t think we’ll base our decisions on what the other decides to do. We both need to do what’s best for us first.”