2016 Kamiakin (Kennewick, Wa.) OL Korbin Sorensen has completed his senior season of football and now it’s time to focus on where he will play for the next four or five years.
“Things have been going well,” Sorensen told Northwest Elite Index recently. “I just got offered by Portland State and Montana state this past week.
“This coming weekend I will have a visit to Idaho (January 15th – 17th) and then Portland State (January 22nd – 24th) and then Montana State (January 29th – 31st).”
With his list narrowed to those three schools, Sorensen has had time to assess what he likes most about each program.
“I like the Portland State coaches a lot,” Sorensen noted. “I haven’t visited the school yet though. Montana State, I haven’t been there either but I know Coach (Jeff) Choate and Coach (Ty) Gregorak and I was talking with some other coaches for a bit. I’m excited for my official up there. Idaho is really nice too. I like their coaches a bunch also and I am the most familiar with their program.”
For the past couple of seasons, Sorensen has been a standout on both sides of the ball for Braves, handling right tackle duties on offense and defensive tackle on the other side.
With his impressive size (6’6, 280) and good feet, Sorensen is a player who should find success at the next level if he’s given a year or two to gain some bulk and add strength.
We’ll have more from Sorensen after he wraps up all of his official visits later this month.