QB Nova picks up SEC offer

Gary Nova, the talented pro-style quarterback from Don Bosco, recently picked up an offer from Virginia, and now an SEC school has put a scholarship on the table.
The New Jersey prospect picked up an offer from Vanderbilt on Friday.
"It was kind of out of the blue but I had been talking to coach Charlie Fisher," he said. "I just spoke to him that day (Friday) and my coach sent me a text saying they were definitely going to be offering."
Nova said he would keep the Commodores in mind but he noted that he is open to every school that might show interest.
This summer Nova, along with the rest of his teammates at Don Bosco, will be attending a summer camp at Boston College. He has already visited the ACC school, and he has been to Rutgers as well.
"Boston College was good. I went out there for their junior day and they offered me. I had been there before. Last year I went to their camp with my team," he recalled.
"I just took a tour around the campus and that was real nice. It kind of reminded me to the school that I'm at now, so I liked that.
"Rutgers was real nice, too. It was better than I expected. It's close to home, which is definitely a positive thing. I would love it if my family could come to almost every game."
Nova said he plans on visiting Virginia in the near future. He also mentioned that Pitt is a school of interest as two of his senior teammates -- Brandon Sacco and Bryan Murphy -- will be attending the school in the fall.