Florissant (Mo.) Hazelwood Central running back A.J. Jimmerson has been holding steady on the recruiting trail, but one school has kind of moved to the top of his list.
“Recruiting has been real good,” the 5-foot-11, 204-pound Jimmerson said. “Really, the latest thing was Nebraska offering. They did that about a month ago. So, it really has been kind of slow.”
The offer from the Huskers helped push Bill Callahan’s team to the top of the list.
“Nebraska is my top school. I like the coaching staff. I like the way the program is going in the right direction, now.”
Jimmerson has attended two summer camps already this summer.
“I went to the Missouri camp with my team and the K-State one day camp in Kansas City. I liked the drills they ran at all of the camps. There were several things that I picked up there.
“There are several things I am going to use this summer and fall as I work on my game. I’m a finesse running back. I can break it outside and run away from you. Or I can run over you. But, the main thing is, whatever I do to you, I do it with class.”
A decision could come anytime, but Jimmerson won’t rush the process.
“There are a lot of things I am thinking about right now. I would like to have it out of the way, but I kind of like the attention, too. When I find the right place, I’ll go ahead and get it done.”