Carteret, N.J. defensive end Jason Adjepong has cut off communication with the media since the season has started. The 6-foot-3, 248-pounder hasn't really let anyone know where he's looking or what he's thinking. We got a chance to talk to his coach who shed a little more light on the situation.
"I know from what he told me, he's waiting until after the season to take care of anything with recruiting," said Carteret coach John Dolan. "He doesn't talk about any favorites. He said he's focused on taking care of unfinished business this football season."
The four-star prospect has even refused to take calls from college coaches since the beginning of calls on Sept. 1.
"From what I know he's not taking calls from coaches and instead is just going to wait until the season is over and then he'll get it going from there."
The Rivals250 star and the No. 10 rated strongside defensive end in the country, has helped Carteret to a 1-0 start this season.
"Right now he's doing ok and getting better every game," he said. "He had six tackles and two sacks in the opener. He added six carries for 30 yards on offense too. He's a hell of a blocking fullback and had four pancakes from the fullback spot. It certainly is nice to have a guy like him on the team.