Latter pulls down first two offers

A pair of offers has come in for Charlotte (N.C.) Vance cornerback Jalen Latter. Plenty of other schools are moving in on the 5-foot-11, 185-pounder.
"I've got two offers from Navy and Air Force, they are my first time," he said. "I got Navy about two weeks ago and Air Force on Wednesday.
"I'm very excited especially about the Naval Academy. That's a big honor. I can say I don't really know too much about either of those schools except they get money month to month and they are set for life money wise after college."

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Meanwhile, Latter is hearing from the likes of Wake Forest, Duke, NC State and Georgia Tech.
"I think Wake Forest may offer pretty soon," he said. "My coach said they are going to come in and I think they are really interested."
So far, Latter has visited Clemson and Georgia Tech.
So, does he like any schools?
"I like Virginia Tech, NC state, North Carolina, South Carolina and Wake Forest," he said. "I went to the Virginia Tech camp last year and I liked the facilities and everything about it, the football team. I like Wake Forest academically and they fit what I need in academics. I've just been a North Carolina fan my whole life, while South Carolina and NC State have really impressed me."
Plenty of more visits are coming for Latter and he discussed what he is looking for in a school.
"I'm looking for first, academics, a school that fits me academically," he said. "I want a school that is looking good for my future. I'm also looking to see if I'm going to get a lot of playing time and then the relationship with the coaches. I know my mom wants me to stay local, but I don't know, it depends on how I feel going out there."
Latter posted 2,400-yards of total offense and approximately 15 touchdowns at quarterback while earning all-conference honors.
"I did pretty well, we lost in the first round of the playoffs," he said. "I think what sticks out about me is that I can play any position on the field. I'm physical, fast, really athletic and very competitive."