The Ted Ginn Bus Tour is a great chance for players to get even more exposure and for receiver Kyle Jefferson of Cleveland Glenville the exposure was a good thing. The 6-foot-5, 195 pounder picked up four new offers to expand his total to 13 overall.
"The tour was good for me," Jefferson said. "I ended up picking up new offers from Marshall, Cincinnati, Iowa and Purdue. It was a fun trip. We got to see a lot of new places and it was a chance for me to show everybody what I have to offer."
At this point, Jefferson said a top group of Wisconsin, Marshall, Iowa, Purdue and Ohio State has emerged. Ohio State has yet to offer at this point, despite a strong showing at the Bucks' summer camp.
"I plan to commit after the season is over," Jefferson said. "I want to major in engineering, so I want to see how a school passes the ball and if they have my major. My family will play a big role in my decision.
"I'll sit down with my mom and dad to decide where I'll go to school at."
After racking up 15 catches for 300 yards and four touchdowns in 2005, Jefferson said he brings a lot to the table for coaches.
"I would say my biggest attributes are my awareness and my speed," he said. "Those are things coaches seem to really like in me."