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Florida RB staying very patient

Starke (Fla.) Bradford running back James Jamison is not about to just jump on any scholarship offer that comes his way because the patient three-star prospect takes everything day by day to find the best place for him to attend school.
Central Florida and Temple are the two offers in his grasp, but the No. 79 overall prospect in the state of Florida doesn't necessarily feel like he's ready to narrow things down to those schools. In fact, several other programs have let him know they're interested.
"I've gotten phone calls a lot from schools telling me their interested and will wait to see what I do through the season," Jamison said. "Villanova, Duke, Wake Forest, Ole Miss, and Central Florida were the ones I remember calling."
Jamison explained that there are no favorites and he's waiting on the "best scholarship offer to come his way."
He does think highly of the two schools that offered him.
"Central Florida I watched play the other night and I like their offense and how they use their running backs," Jamison said. "I haven't watched Temple play other than when they played Miami last year, but they're also a good program.
His decision will come when he's completely ready.
"I don't know, but it's not going to be until I find the best college for me," he said. "When they offer, I'll know. Right now, I'm going to take some visits to schools like Wake Forest, Central Florida, and Florida and then see what happens."
Jamison is rated as the No. 44 running back prospect in the nation.