Vance decommitted from the Arkansas Razorbacks on September 22 opening up his recruitment again. “When I committed to Arkansas earlier this year I kind of rushed that decision,” Vance said. “I needed to really evaluate the whole situation to make sure I was making the best decision for the next four years of my life.”
The 5-foot-10 long & rangy corner currently holds 16 offers from some power five schools like Auburn, Mississippi St, Virginia, Louisville, Arizona St, & Kansas.
Vance just recently took an official visit to Louisville on October 18. The Cardinal coaching is pushing hard to land Vance led by defensive coordinator/DB coach Bryan Brown. “Me & my family really enjoyed it in Louisville,” Vance said. “I liked what they have going on up there a lot. Coach Brown sat me down & showed me how they would use me in their defense. Their scheme is setup for the secondary to get a lot of turnovers. They played Clemson while I was up there & their secondary caught two interceptions against Trevor Lawrence. I can see myself playing up there & being a playmaker in that defense.”
The Edna Karr product is only eying a few schools going forward before he makes his decision. With four official visits left, Vance only had one setup at the moment. “I’m going to take an official to Houston soon,” he said. “I’ve been up there a couple times unofficially & their whole staff always show me how bad they want me up there. I’ve also been hearing a lot from Notre Dame, Memphis, & Arizona St but I have no plans on taking an official to any of them at the moment. I don’t have an exact date when I want to commit somewhere, but it’ll be soon.”
The 3-star prospect is the most technically sound corner in the state in my mind. He can play press man, off man, or zone which will bold well for him for wherever he lands on the next level.
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