UConn commit turns down other offers

Shortly after the news broke that UConn head coach Randy Edsall would be leaving the Big East school to take over the same position at Maryland, one of the Huskies' top commitments from the Class of 2011 knew he had a decision to make.
Sean McQuillan is the highest ranked commitment for UConn in the school's recruiting class and he had to quickly decide whether he was going to stick with UConn or check out other options.
His decision became much more difficult recently.
"I got two offers over the weekend so at first I was thinking that maybe if the assistant coaches don't know then I'll explore other options," McQuillan admitted.
"But I'm sticking with UConn. No matter what that's where I want to be and I'll make it work with any coach."
Miami and Northwestern were the two schools to offer scholarships to the 6-foot-4, 221-pound athlete from Glastonbury (Conn.) Avon Old Farms.
The Hurricanes and Wildcats had offered him as an athlete with the potential to play a number of different positions.
"I want to go to UConn," he reiterated. "It's my dream school. I know that may sound weird when you have schools like that in the mix but I've wanted to be a Husky since I was seven."
McQuillan is ranked the No. 23 prep school prospect in the nation.