November 26, 2007
Any changes coming for Compton?
North county LB Will Compton ended the season a few weeks ago, but that doesn't mean he hasn't kept busy. Compton said that he has tried to stay busy by getting himself back into recruiting and keeping himself in shape throughout the winter.
Over the past few weeks, Compton added a late offer from Arkansas and spoken with several different schools. He said that it's been nice being able to talk to different coaches about the recruiting process and he hopes that he has gotten the right advice.
Compton originally had a visit scheduled to his current commit, Nebraska on December 7th, but he said that over the past few weeks he's been thinking of changing his schedule. Compton said that the change wouldn't affect his other visits, but it could have an impact on his overall recruitment. He added that his first official visit this weekend set the tone for the rest of the recruiting process.
Compton said the news this weekend from Lincoln didn't take him totally off guard, but it was a little surprising to him at how quickly everything happened. He said one of the first things he wanted to do sometime this week was talk with his recruiter from Nebraska, Kevin Cosgrove and see where everything might go from here on out.
Compton said he took this weekend off after taking so many different unofficial and official visits over the past few weeks. He admitted that it would have been fun to be at this weekend's game between Missouri and Kansas, but he was happy to watch from home.
Compton went on to say that he has remained in close touch with several other members of the class of 2008 over the last few weeks. He said that a lot of the conversation is pretty normal, but admitted that he knows that sometimes it ultimately turns to recruiting as well.
The past few weeks, Compton said, have been some of the craziest he's had in recruiting, but he added that it should hopefully come to an end soon. He wasn't sure exactly when, but he thought that things may clear up in the near future.
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