Top Ohio Junior Gives The Latest

Top Ohio Junior Gives The Latest

One of Ohio's highest-rated juniors, Cameron Burrows, was on-hand to watch Ohio State defeat Wisconsin Saturday night. Burrows attended the game, as did several of his Trotwood-Madison teammates. He spoke to Scout.com about his unofficial visit.

Trotwood-Madison star junior Cameron Burrows was one of several highly-rated prospects that visited Ohio State for their game against Wisconsin Saturday night.

Burrows, 6-foot-2, 195-pounds, is one of Ohio's top prospects for the class of 2013, and he has attracted several scholarship offers to date, including Ohio State.

"It was a great game, with a great atmosphere, and it was my first night game at Ohio State," Burrows stated. "It was awesome and crazy being there, and I really loved it. I didn't get a chance to speak to the Ohio State coaches. I was with my mom and dad, but a bunch of my teammates were there too, and we all had a great time."

There will be a few more upcoming visits for Burrows, and he is drawing the attention of some of the top BCS programs in America.

"I'm going to see the LSU-Alabama game next week with my parents, and I'm really looking forward to that," he said. "I'm also going to Wisconsin for their game against Penn State, and I'm excited to go there for a game."

"I'm definitely interested in Wisconsin, Alabama and Penn State," he stressed. "Alabama has won so many national championships, and they put a lot of players in the NFL. Penn State is just a great program, and they know how to win games and play great football."

Trotwood-Madison is one of the favorites to win the Division-II state championship, and Burrows and his teammates will begin their playoff run next weekend.

"We've had a great season so far, and we are all pretty pumped up for the playoffs," he explained. "I've had a good year, with six interceptions, and I'm playing pretty well. I'm a lot better player this year, and I'm a lot smarter player. I'm studying film a lot more, and I have a lot more experience, which really helps a lot."

"We lost in the state championship game last year, and that's our motivation this season," he continued. "We talk about that loss sometimes, and we never want to have that feeling again. Maple Heights beat us last year for the championship, but they lost the year before in the finals, so we want to do that too."

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