New Brunswick, N.J. wideout Dwayne Jarrett is as exciting off the field as his on it, with yet another change of hear when it comes to leaders.
"Right now Ohio State is my favorite and I'm leaning towards them," said the 6-foot-5, 205-pounder. "I like the coaches and the chance to play for a national title. They are returning a lot of wideouts, but they have recruited me hard from the start and feel I can fill a need there. They want to stretch the field more and that's what I can do."
The Buckeyes are slightly ahead of a mainstay on Jarrett's list -- the Virginia Cavaliers.
"They're only around four hours away and they also need help at wideout," he said. "They said I would be their long ball threat right away."
And what about Southern Cal and Rutgers?
"Southern Cal is still a dream of sorts, it's always been my favorite school but they are so far away," he said. "I am still thinking about them, but they're third now. Rutgers isn't really in there right now. I like the coaches, but I want to get away at least a little bit I think."
Jarrett, the No. 2 athlete in the country as ranked by Rivals.com, will make his decision next week.
"Probably on Wednesday," he said. "I have a lot of talking to do with my family. I'm happy coaches can't come in anymore, it was getting too confusing."