|Three local gridiron stars ink LOIs|
|Written by Jim Metcalfe|
|Thursday, February 07, 2013 2:13 PM|
“Ever since I can remember, I dreamed about this; this is what I wanted to do since I was little. It’s nice to make this decision now and know,” Wessell said. “The fact that it was Coach (Bub) Lindeman’s alma mater helped get me in the door but the place sold itself.”
A lot of players involved in the same process talk about picking the place where they felt most comfortable to continue their athletic careers.
“They called me for a visit and I went. That’s all it took, that one visit,” he continued. “It just felt right. I had considered the University of St. Francis and Otterbein but Findlay just had a comfort level. The coaches seemed very personal and I fell in love with the place.”
Even though Findlay — a Division II institution — is only about a 45-minute drive from Delphos, that never seemed to be an issue with Wessell.
“That really wasn’t an issue. I wanted a place to continue my career; it was something that clicked inside,” he said. “It’s a campus where everything is pretty close together.
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