Kyeremeh plans first official visit

Worthington (Ohio) Thomas Worthington three-star Nana Kyeremeh has been working to schedule official visits since the start of fall. The 5-11, 170-pound cornerback has now planned out his first trip, and it will take him to the East Coast.
"I've been talking to BC and I am probably looking at the 12th of November for an official. I am looking forward to seeing the campus on game day, seeing their fans get into it and how they play in person. The coach said I could play pretty early at corner. I also want to see the academics and maybe meet some of the teachers.
Boston College is part of Kyeremeh's top three schools, which also includes West Virginia and Northwestern. He plans to schedule official visits with those programs soon as well.

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"I have been talking to West Virginia, and they said maybe during bowl season or just before that. I haven't talked to Northwestern about it because they haven't started official visits, but I will probably be in contact with them soon about when to schedule."
Kyeremeh also holds offers from Akron, Ball State and Toledo, and continues to receive interest from several Midwest programs.
"My coach has been talking to different teams," Kyeremeh said. "I think maybe Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Cincinnati [are interested]."
Kyeremeh is in no rush to finish his recruitment, and other teams will be given time to check out his senior film and make a decision on an offer. He plans to hold off on scheduling his final two official visits until he sees which schools respond to his senior film with an offer.
"I probably am just going to take the officials, see which ones I like the most, then look it over and make my decision," Kyeremeh said. "I'm not planning on that anytime soon. I will probably take some time with it."
Thomas Worthingon High is off to a dismal 1-4 start to the season, but Kyeremeh has been trying to fill the stat sheet. This far this season he has recorded one interceptions, three blocked punts, one touchdown and over 200 yards receiving.