Seattle (Wash.) King’s quarterback Thomas Vincent is mulling three options that each come with unique benefits and challenges.
Back in December, Vincent received an offer to play for the Air Force Academy. Carroll College in Montana had already been in contact with the signal caller, trying to win his services. This week, the University of Washington offered him the opportunity to walk on and play quarterback.
“I am still considering where I am going to go,” said Vincent. “Right now I would say it is a tie between all of three.”
When asked what was going to determine his final destination, Vincent had a short but complicated answer.
“Everything,” said Vincent.
Everything includes options for tuition or scholarship, mandatory years of service or release and small school or BCS football.
Academics is the one area where Vincent feels comfortable with all three programs.
“Washington, Air Force and Carroll are all great schools,” said Vincent.
Scout.com will have more with Vincent leading up to signing day in February.
Jake Worthen is a West Recruiting Analyst for Scout.com.
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