Sicklerville (N.J.) Timber Creek continues to prove itself as a major producer of top level college talent. After receiving his first offer recently, wide receiver Adonis Jennings is in line to become one of the top 2014 prospects at the school.
"It has been an interesting couple of months," said Jennings, who is 6-foot-3 and 187-pounds. "My recruiting is getting higher and higher as time goes on."
Rutgers was the first school to offer the talented sophomore.
"It was very relieving knowing that I have an offer as a sophomore and knowing that it's only the beginning of my recruiting process," said Jennings.
Aside from Rutgers, two other programs have been showing increased interest.
"South Carolina and West Virginia are showing me the most interest right now," said Jennings, who has taken early visits to South Carolina and Rutgers. "I learned that college is a whole different level in every way, from football, to education and being on your own."
Up next for Jennings are a few summer camps.
"I'm going to the Rutgers and South Carolina camps and I'm going to try and make it to the West Virginia camp too," said Jennings.
Since his sophomore season concluded, Jennings has been busy working on his game.
"I'm working on everything, but what I'm really working on is my separation between me and the corner, getting in and out of my breaks faster and my run after the catch," said Jennings.