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DB Jarrett recaps WVU visit, looks ahead

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Four-star cornerback Kyshoen Jarrett has received as much attention as almost any other recruit from Pennsylvania this year.
Jarrett hasn't started to narrow things down just yet, but he wants to start doing that in the next couple of weeks.
"I think I'm done with (unofficial) visits," Jarrett said. "We have a 7-on-7 camp next week. The week after that I'll probably cut my list down from 16 to about 8 or 9. Then once the season comes I'll cut it to five and then make my officials.
"I want to decide right after my officials because some teams are getting their offer lists down because of commitments. I would like to wait it out 'til Signing Day because that's more exciting, but if I can't then I'll do it right after officials."
Jarrett's most recent trip was to West Virginia. While he had a pretty good time it was clear it wasn't his best trip to date.
"I was at West Virginia this past Sunday on Father's Day," he recalled. "It was alright. It was a pretty good camp. My performance wasn't perfect. That's the only camp I've been to. I don't know if I'll go to any more. I'm pretty happy with what (offers) I have. I might go to Rutgers just to have some fun before I settle down.
"It was my first time at West Virginia. I had an okay time. It wasn't bad. The coaches were cool but I didn't get to meet any of the players."
The 5-foot-11, 182-pound corner from East Stroudsburg (Pa.) South is ranked the No. 13 cornerback and the No. 159 prospect in the country by Rivals.com.
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