2014 running back Jamauri Bogan of Union, N.J. has already had two memorable seasons on the field, including last fall when he rushed for 2,260 yards and 27 touchdowns. Not surprisingly the offers have begun to come in for Bogan, who is also receiving serious interest from coast to coast.
"Recruiting has been moving along pretty fast and has been going well," said Bogan. "Schools have been in our school just to stop by and see me, and as you know some have offered me."
These five offers are from Georgia Tech, Temple, Toledo, Massachusetts and Old Dominion. He has also been receiving serious interest from UCLA, Oregon, Stanford, Northwestern, Ohio State, Virginia, Rutgers, Penn State and Arkansas.
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Up next for Bogan are a couple of summer camps, including Penn State this Saturday.
"I want to prove that I'm a player that they should look at and recruit hard," said Bogan, who is 5-foot-7 and 162-pounds.
After rushing for over 3,300 yards in his first two seasons at Union, Bogan is still looking to improve his game.
"I've gained over ten pounds so far this year, so I'm stronger and I'm running faster than I ever have," said Bogan. "I want to stay healthy, win a state championship and break our all-time rushing record. I think it's 3,700 yards and I'm at 3,300."