Scottsdale (Ariz.) Notre Dame quarterback Sean Renfree took his final official visit this past weekend to Boise State. The Elite 11 signal caller is now down to three schools but said he's really struggling with making a final choice.
Renfree, 6-3, 205 pounds had previously visited Duke and checked out Boise State this past weekend.
"I had a lot of fun there," Renfree said. "I got to see snow for the first time, we don't get much snow in Arizona so that was kind of cool. I really enjoyed meeting all the players and coaches and I like Coach Petersen a lot.
"He's a very humble, down to earth guy and that's what I'm looking for in a head coach. He seems real family oriented and he gets along well with his players and the rest of the coaching staff.
"I liked the players a lot too. Everyone is real laid back and gets along well with each other. They have a great offense at Boise State as well and it's very quarterback friendly. I think I would fit in well there. The facilities aren't what you see at some other schools but facilities aren't what make you win so that's not too big of a deal to me.
"Right now, it's between Boise State, ASU and Duke and I go back and forth in my head all the time. Each school has their pluses and minuses but I know I can't make a bad decision among the three. I just wish it was easier to decide because I really have no idea right now.
"It was a lot easier for me the first time around when I picked Georgia Tech. It's becoming a little stressful and I'm starting to feel the pressure to decide. I still may take an unofficial visit to ASU but I'm not 100% sure on that yet.
"Duke and Boise State are both coming in for home visits this week. Duke only has three quarterbacks on their roster but the starter and backup are both just sophomores. ASU and Boise State have five quarterbacks on the roster. I just want to go somewhere where I'll have a chance to get some reps and learn as much as I can.
"I'm not going to wait until Signing Day to make my decision but I also don't really have a time table on when I'll decide. Hopefully by the end of this week, I'll have a better idea of what I want to do."