LB now with eight scholarship offers

Jeremiah George is three-star linebacker prospect from Clearwater (Fla.) High School. George had a good month of May and walked away with seven scholarship offers over the May Evaluation Period.
"I now have offers from Kansas, Colorado State, SMU, Tulane, Marshall, Buffalo, Troy, and Western Kentucky," George said. "That's eight offers and it feels pretty good. I wasn't expecting some of these but they started coming in. I am looking to get a few more and want to focus on five as soon as possible. I like all the schools and they all standout. I can compare and contrast all day long. I am looking for that one school to blow me away."
George says that Rutgers, Ole Miss and Central Florida are all close to offering. These three are all attractive to this linebacker prospect.
"Rutgers was at my spring game and I have talked with them since and they are definitely a possible offer. "Coach Vaughn came down from Ole Miss and said he was impressed with me. I am waiting to see what their linebacker coach says after watching my tape.
"UCF is waiting on my test score. I just took the ACT so we will see what happens with them."
George recently camped at the University of Florida. He was very happy with his performance.
"I think I stood out there. I think I really impressed coach (Charlie) Strong"
George will camp at Florida State next month and he knows that will be big for him and whether or not he gets an offer from the Seminoles.
"They like me but they are not sure of my size. They don't know if I am big enough to play linebacker or fast enough to play safety for them. I will camp there in July."
This weekend George will travel to Atlanta for the Schuman Ultimate 100.
"I really can't wait for this camp. They have really helped me and I won't to go there and kick some butt. I want to win that MVP.
"From there I will visit Troy on Monday. I will also try and get to Tulane. I am really interested in Kansas but I probably can't visit them until the fall. That will likely be an official visit."