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Schiavone Home from Visits
"I went down to Florida and got to meet with Coach (Steve) Addazio for a little bit before everything started," Schiavone stated. "I toured the facilities and the campus and thought everything was really nice. After that I sat in on their special teams meeting and a tight ends meeting. Then I got to go see their stadium which was just ridiculously huge. The Swamp was my favorite part of the visit. They also have great weather obviously, especially when you're a kid from Connecticut."
"I was at junior day with a bunch of kids at Connecticut and they told me they want me to come back for camp and then review the first two games from my senior year to get a feel for me," Schiavone explained. "The facilities were very high-tech and the campus was great. I talked to the staff for a bit and am somewhat familiar with them already because I've been to a few practices now."
Schiavone will be visiting Boston College this weekend and has plans to see Temple, Rutgers and Maryland in the spring.
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