"I liked the campus, the facilities, all the coaches that I met," said Sopko. "It just felt like the right fit for me."Sopko (6'3", 212 pounds) is a pro-style quarterback who chose UC over Buffalo. "It's (UC) is an exciting offense. It really is," added Sopko. "It's a QB friendly offense and made me feel like it would be a good fit for me at Cincinnati in that offense."Sopko met with both UC head coach Tommy Tuberville and the Bearcats' stand-out quarterback Gunner Kiel during his visits. He said he wanted to make his commitment before the start of high school senior season.Copyright 2015 WXIX All rights reserved.
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