Avery Gennesy has options. Eleven of them to be exact. And inside his long list of scholarship offers are some schools of interest. The East Mississippi Community College tackle doesn't use the word "favorites", but he admits that a few programs stand out from the pack. The list seems to be a work in progress, but he rattles it off from memory as best he can.
"It's like, Ohio State, Georgia, Kentucky and Oklahoma," Gennesy said. "I think I have one or two more, but I can't come up with them off the top of my head right now."
Aside from that, though, Gennesy, a four-star prospect, doesn't have much to say. He's in the process of setting up official visits to Ohio State and Kentucky. And while he says the dates are close to being set for both trips, he's uncertain on the specifics. This is a player focused on his approaching junior college season, not on his Division-I recruitment.
"I'm going to Ohio State and Kentucky early in the season," he said. "I don't know what date they're set up on. I think it's like Ohio State for the second game and Kentucky for the third game or something."
A Mississippi native, Gennesy says staying in the South isn't a huge deal to him. Instead, he'll go where he can contribute to a team early in his FBS career. He doesn't; intend to announce that destination any time soon, though.
Even after his trips are over and his decision is made, the 285-pound lineman intends to wait for the sake of waiting. Turns out, offensive linemen can have a bit of a dramatic flair after all.
"I'm going to wait until (junior college) signing day," Gennesy said. "I want to do it on that last day."
Gennesy says he will graduate from East Mississippi in December and says doing show should not be difficult. He will have three years to play two seasons at the school of his choice.
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