CFC#1 dazzles at Ohio State’s Friday Night Lights, decision expected August 8th (VIDEO)

The decision watch continues for CFC #1 Patrice Rene.

Rene has narrowed down his decision to two NCAA Division 1 teams – Ohio State Buckeyes and Rutgers Scarlett Knights.

Moreover, the CFC#1 will make his decision official on Saturday August 8th at 1:00pm EST.

This past weekend, Rene attended Ohio State’s Friday Night Lights where he delivered a standout performance showcasing his playmaking skills and size.

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The CFC#1 has received 28 NCAA Division 1 offers, including the ones from both the Buckeyes and Scarlett Knights.

Among the other teams that have offered the 6’1, 180 pound defensive back from Ottawa, Ontario include Rice Owls, Wisconsin Badgers, Oklahoma Sooners (home of 2015 CFC #1 Neville Gallimore), Wake Forest Demon Deacons, Virginia Tech Hokies, Virginia Cavaliers, Vanderbilt Commodores, Tennessee Volunteers, Temple Owls, Nebraska Cornhuskers, North Carolina Tar Heels, Northwestern Wildcats, Penn State Nittany Lions (former home of 2014 CFC # 1 Michael O’Connor), Kentucky Wildcats, Indiana Hoosiers, Duke Blue Devils, Boston College Eagles, Minnesota Gophers and Mississippi State Bulldogs.

Early last month, the defensive back is has been selected as one of 400 nominees for the US Army All-American Bowl.  Rene will know by December if he will be one of the 90 players that will be chosen to play in the Bowl game on Saturday January 9th at Alamodome in San Antonia, Texas.

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Moreover, Rene attended the Sound Mind, Sound Body Camp in Michigan where 1,600 participants competed and showcased their talents.

The defensive standout is currently suiting up south of the border for Episcopal Maroon in Alexandra, Virginia.  Previous to the Maroon, Rene has suited up for the St. Peter Knights of the National Capital Secondary School Athletic Association (NCSSAA) and Orleans Bengals of the National Capital Amateur Football Association (NCAFA). He trains at Gridiron Academy with Victor Tedondo.





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