Published in The News-Herald
June 19, 2019
George Sell has made multiple trips to Wake Forest University.
Each time the 6-foot-5, 275-pound offensive lineman made the trip, he liked the university more and more.
So two months before the start of his senior season with the Kenston football team, Sell has given his verbal commitment to join the Demon Deacons on a full football scholarship following graduation. He will sign during the early signing period in November.
“I’ve been on multiple visits,” Sell said. “I went there in April, went down for a practice two or three weeks after that, then went down last weekend for a barbecue with other commits. It just feels like home there.”
Sell said Wake Forest came out the winner in a top five that also included Purdue, Michigan State, Iowa State and Duke.
He also had offers from Ball State, Boston College, Cincinnati, Columbia, Cornell, Eastern Michigan, Georgia Tech, Indiana, Kent State, Louisville, Ohio, Toledo, Tulane, Vanderbilt, Eastern Michigan and Wyoming.
He plans to major in business finance or engineering.
“The coaches there are awesome,” said Sell of Coach Dave Clawson’s staff. “We’ve built a good relationship with each other there. At the barbecue last weekend, I got to meet a lot of the other (commits). Like I said, it just feels like home.”
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