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September 19, 2013The UConn coaching staff has recruited a couple of prospects from Erie (Pa.) Cathedral Prep in recent years and it looks like they are back at the school for the Class of 2015. Wide receiver Charles Fessler has begun to get increased interest from the Huskies and is looking into taking a visit this fall.
Fessler, 6-foot-4 and 195 pounds, has taken recent visits to Ohio State and Cincinnati, and with an influx of new interest, is looking forward to hit the road a few more times this fall.
"I plan on going to Penn State and Pitt definitely and hopefully I can attend a Purdue, UConn and Akron game," said Fessler.
So what is Fessler looking for during his visits?
"The atmosphere, hopefully the coaches have some idea of who I am, seeing the way that the coaches act and getting to see the campus and stadium are four things that stand out to me the most," he said.
Fessler gave a brief recap of his two most recent visits to Cincinnati and Ohio State.
"At Ohio State I liked the way they treated their recruits, the atmosphere, the campus and the way their coaches acted after a big play," said Fessler. "Cincinnati was alright. Having Ohio State be my first visit and being spoiled and then going to Cincinnati with at least 50 recruits was a different experience. I liked the athletic facilities and the atmosphere at the game was also good."
When it comes to UConn, Fessler admitted that with their increased interest being very new, he is still in the process of gathering information on the school and program.
Away from recruiting, Fessler is very happy with how his junior season has begun as he has helped Cathedral Prep to a 3-0 start.
UConnReport.com will check back with Fessler to see if he manages to schedule a visit to UConn this fall.
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