What now for Renfree

Scottsdale (Ariz.) Notre Dame Prep quarterback Sean Renfree thought he had wrapped up his recruitment when he committed to Georgia Tech back in the summer. With the recent hiring of former Navy coach Paul Johnson, the Elite 11 signal caller has now decided to de-commit and re-open his recruitment.
It's been a hectic week for Renfree. The talented quarterback led his team to a state title, the first in the schools five year history and has decided to open up his recruitment as well.
"We had a great win last night," Renfree said. "I believe it was 49-24 and it's a great accomplishment for our school since we're such a new school. I set a couple of records as well for most yards and touchdowns in a state title game with 405 yards and five touchdowns."

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As for his recruitment, Renfree said he decided to open things up believing he's not a good fit in Coach Johnson's offense.
"I heard his press conference and he's going to keep his option offense," Renfree said. "That's not really my style, I'm more of a drop back quarterback. It's a little disappointing because I really liked Tech a lot. I was close with Coach Gailey and the rest of the staff, loved the city of Atlanta and the school itself as well.
"I was talking with my dad though and we said all things happen for a reason and maybe there is a school out there that is going to be a better fit for me than Georgia Tech. Right now, I'm wide open to anyone who wants to recruit me.
"I went to Arizona State's last home game and even though they have a quarterback aleady committed, they said my offer is still on the table and they would love to have me. I had a home visit with Oregon State this morning and they said they want to take two quarterbacks as well.
"I've also heard from Arizona, Northwestern, Boise State and Tennessee. I have four of my visits left and I plan to take all of them before I commit anywhere. I don't have anything set up right now. I'm just going wait and see who all comes in to the picture, talk things over with my dad and then decide on what four schools I want to visit.
"I'm looking for a coaching staff that I feel I can trust and is high in character. That's how Coach Gailey was. I want to play a for winning program as well and for a school that I'll fit in well and where I'll be able to reach my full potential as a player and as a person."