March 13, 2012

OT Darrow adds another

Barrington (Ill.) junior offensive tackle prospect Mason Darrow (6-foot-5, 275 pounds) has been working hard to get back on the field this winter after an injury plagued 2011 junior season. Darrow's rehab and injury hasn't slowed down his recruiting too much as Darrow landed his second scholarship offer recently and talks about that offer and much more here.

"I picked up another scholarship offer," Marrow said. "I've been staying in touch with the coaches from Wyoming over the past few weeks. They emailed my head coach (Joe Sanchez) and asked that we call them. When we called them back Wyoming offered me a scholarship."

Marrow talked about adding his latest offer from the Wyoming Cowboys.

"I know that Wyoming are the Cowboys and that the colors are Brown and Yellow. Outside of that I'm still trying to learn more about the school and the football program. I had a good talk with offensive line coach Jim Harding and he said some good things about my junior tape. He also talked about the school and what they offer at Wyoming. I definitely will look into them more and do research on the school and the football program."

Marrow has been making progress this winter in getting back to the field healthy.

"I would say I'm at 90 percent and that the last 10 percent is always the hardest part of any rehab. I feel much stronger now than before and I just want to keep getting better each day. I can't wait to get back on the field with my team. No one will be as happy for football season to get here than I will."

Marrow is still in touch with several schools this winter.

"The latest school that has started to show some interest is Vanderbilt. They started to send mail and they invited me to check out a spring practice and I'm going to make that visit on March 24th. I'm still in touch with schools like Western MIchigan, Stanford, Illinois, Harvard. Penn and Yale on a regular basis."

Mason Darrow has scholarship offers from Western Michigan and Wyoming.

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