Offers continue to roll in for Hilliard (Ohio) Darby defensive tackle Antonio Jeremiah. The 6-foot-5, 290-pounder has approximately 15 scholarships to date according to Darby head coach Paul Jenne. Does he have any favorites?
"I know he's got offers from Cincinnati, Boston College, Louisville, Kentucky, Illinois, Syracuse, West Virginia and others. You name it he has an offer from someone nearby, the only one waiting is Ohio State," he said. "At the moment I think Antonio is staying pretty open. He is very overwhelmed with the offers and is just taking it all in."
Jeremiah is a big lineman, but what else are schools seeing in him.
"He is a very athletic, mobile boy for his size that can dominate the line," he said. "He basically creates a huge bubble in the offensive line with his size and strength. He also has the ability to run things down.
"On top of that Antonio is a great kid that is always in a great mood and fun to be around. He is definitely one of those players you don't get very often and it is a pleasure to have him while he's here."
This summer Jeremiah is looking at heading to camps at Ohio State, Illinois and Cincinnati.
Jeremiah is also a star wrestler that ranked sixth in the state of Ohio in the heavyweight division as a junior.