Hilliard (Ohio) Darby defensive lineman Antonio Jeremiah, the top defensive line prospect in central-Ohio, was on the Ohio State University campus on Friday, participating in the NIKE Football Training Camp. If Jeremiah gets his way, he may be on that same campus attending college next year.
"I have close to 20 offers now," Jeremiah said. "I'm trying to go Big Ten, but mostly Ohio State. That's the main one I want to go to."
Despite the many scholarship offers, to this point OSU is not one of them.
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"Ohio State hasn't offered," Jeremiah said. "They're waiting on my SAT score. They're supposed to come to my school this week."
When asked what other schools he is interested in, Jeremiah said, "Well, I have scholarships to go to Minnesota, Michigan State, West Virginia, Illinois, Indiana, Boston College, Maryland, Cincinnati, Akron and a lot of others."
Jeremiah was pleased with his performance Friday at the NIKE Camp.
"I think I did really good," he said. "I think I did real good in the one-on-one stuff. The second time I ran the 40-yard dash I had a 5.05 (seconds)."
The 6-foot-5 and 290-pound Jeremiah has played both defensive tackle and end for Darby. He is projected as an interior lineman at the next level.