For Miami (Fla.) Coral Park wide receiver Juwan Caesar, things are about to become pretty busy. Recently, the 6-foot-4, 210-pound wideout had his senior film cut and sent out to schools. Already, his recruitment is picking up steam with his second offer coming in on Thursday.
"FIU has offered me and UCF offered today," Caesar said. "It is exciting. My hard work is finally starting to pay off. I am just hoping that a lot more will come in."
Caesar, who played at Killian as a junior before transferring to Coral Park, said he has 46 receptions for 760 yards and eight touchdowns this season. Those numbers, and an outstanding highlight tape, are leading to a lot of attention and likely many more offers.
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"I am hearing from USF, they have been talking to me, also Rutgers, Pitt, and Boston College," Caesar said. "I expect a whole lot to come, because I have produced well on the field. I am just going to take it one day at a time and see who all offers me."
With his academics in order, Caesar has a 3.2 GPA and earned a 1080 on the SAT, he knows his options are going to be there. While he waits to see who else pulls the trigger and offers him, he isn't focused on any one school but instead is hoping to have numerous options to evaluate.
"There isn't one school that jumps out at me right now," Caesar said. "So any school really has a chance and I am just going to take my time. I want to find the right place for me."
While he isn't going to say no to any school, he does admit that he believes he fits one style of offense better than others.
"I think I fit into a pro-style offense," Caesar said.