New Brunswick, N.J. wide receiver/athlete Dwayne Jarrett was close to making a choice between Southern Cal and Virginia over the last few weeks. However, it looks like another team has entered the picture.
"I'm thinking about taking a visit to Ohio State," said the 6-foot-5, 195-pounder who had two impressive catches in the U.S. Amry All-American Bowl this past weekend. "I talked it over with my mom and Ohio State has been recruiting me very hard all along, so I want to see it."
Jarrett, who has visited Iowa, Southern Cal, Pitt and Virginia, is still undecided about where he'll play his college ball.
"It's a tough decision and everytime I think I'm close to making it, I'm not sure," he said. "I'm going to wait for the coaches to come in my house and talk to me and my family. I don't have a date yet for Ohio State and I don't know I'll visit for sure, but I'd like to check it out."
Jarrett was hanging out in San Antonio with Buckeye commitments Marcus Freeman and Ted Ginn, one reason why he could be more interested in OSU these days. However, he claimed that no one had an affect on him at the game.
"Everyone talks about the schools they like, but I have to make my choice based on what I need."
Jarrett had been thinking about taking his final official visit to Boston College, but the Eagles seem to be out of the picture now.
"It's pretty much USC, UVA and now Ohio State," he said. "Those are the three I'll choose from."