Shadow Mountain OL talks recruiting after visiting UNLV
AZ's Top Center Commits
Zismann (6-2 265) visited Las Vegas unofficially this past weekend and pulled the trigger while there. He wanted to keep his commitment quiet until he was able to notify the coaching staffs at Army, Navy and Air Force of his decision.
Zismann comments on his choice, "First and foremost, they have the majors I am most interested in. Secondly, it's close enough to home that O won't get homesick. Lastly, my parents and I are comfortable with the coaching staff and academic support system. That comfort is what made up my mind on UNLV."
He adds, "I realize that I said that I didn't want to commit until I'd taken my visits. I did go back on my word a little bit there but not for a bad reason. My family and I came to the decision together that we all are in agreement that since we basically know what decision would be, taking the other three schools for a ride is unfair."
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