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Hay to choose between two
"It was a good visit and it gave me something good to compare to," said the 6-6 278 Michael Hay. "I met all the coaches and players, and I really enjoyed the atmosphere at the game. I really like the weight lifting facility, and also their school's academics. I was surprised honestly how everything there was on point, academically, athletically, everything. I really liked the stadium too." Hay was hosted by quarterback Steven Threet and hung out with wide receiver commit George Bell ("us JUCO guys have to connect a little bit," he said). To no surprise those two players put their best foot forward in trying to lure the lineman to join the maroon and gold. "They told me they have two weapons on offense," Hay remarked, "and now they're trying to get a third." The lineman played his high school career at Holy Cross in Flushing, N.Y. and at the time he was recruited by Syracuse. This time around, the Orangemen appear to be the Sun Devils only competition for his services. "I'm visiting them this weekend," Hay said of Syracuse who was first to extend him a scholarship offer. "I'm only going to decide after that visit and I don't see any other school besides those two that I will choose from. Because I'm signing in December I'm going to make a decision in the next couple of weeks." In terms of eligibility Hay will be a two for two player.
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