After putting together an impressive junior season, safety Deon Bush of Miami (Fla.) Columbus is quickly making a name for himself. Bush recently added two more offers to his total, giving him four, and is preparing for his first junior day visit.
"Recruiting is good," said Bush, who is 6-foot-1 and 180 pounds. "I just went to a combine this weekend and was named the MVP."
Bush previously held offers from Ole Miss and Florida International, and recently added two more.
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"Rutgers and Purdue are the new ones," said Bush, who was asked if he had upcoming plans. "I haven't really made plans yet. It all depends on how my recruiting goes by that time."
Bush does actually have plans to visit one school later this month.
"One visit I know I'm taking is to Miami," said Bush. "They invited me to see a basketball game with them."
During his junior season, Bush finished with 50 tackles, three interceptions and two touchdowns, one of which came on an interception return and the other on a punt return.
"I had a good season overall, even though I missed three games due to minor injuries," said Bush. "I played mostly safety and I was a return man. My team had a good season too. We finished with one loss in the playoffs to Northwestern, a team which we beat 29-8 in the regular season on ESPN."