Junior cornerback Kyshoen Jarrett is one of Pennsylvania's top prospects from the Class of 2010 and he recently took a trip west to see what Cincinnati has to offer.
The Bearcats have offered Jarrett, as have ten other schools. Jarrett's most recent offers have come from schools such as Michigan, Michigan State and Vanderbilt, among a few others.
How did the 5-foot-11, 175-pound cornerback from East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania enjoy his time in Ohio?
"The only visit I've made recently was to Cincinnati," he said. "I just got back from visiting there. I got a phone call from them and they said they wanted me to visit with Collin (Hegarty). He was going up to visit and so I went with him and his family so I'd have a chance to see everything.
"I really enjoyed the time I spent with the coaches. I definitely loved the facilities and the whole campus in general. It's not too big but not too small. The classes are just the right size so you can interact with the teachers.
"They're definitely up and coming. There are a lot of things happening in that program that will have a positive influence on the Big East."
Jarrett said the only thing he has planned for the near future is a trip to Penn State on Sunday for the NIKE combine. His brother has told him he would like to accompany him on a trip to UConn, but Jarrett isn't sure when they will make that happen.
"I'll probably only do Rutgers' camp (this summer)," he continued. "They wanted to see my forty time improve before they make that next step and offer me. That's really the only camp I think I'll do.
"I definitely want to make official visits before my decision. Once the summer comes I'll be looking more into the colleges I like. I probably won't make a decision until late."