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Nash holding steady

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Myles Nash of Sicklerville (N.J.) Timber Creek, who has eight offers, has seen his recruiting process plateau recently. The 6-foot-5, 205-pound athlete did make it out to two recent events to try to prove to everyone that his future position may actually be at quarterback.
"Recruiting has been good," said Nash. "The schools that have offered are basically it right now. I think they're going to probably be the last offers until the season starts."
With offers from Boston College, Kentucky, Rutgers, Clemson, Virginia, Purdue, West Virginia and Temple, he mentioned that four of these schools have been recruiting him the hardest.
"I think Kentucky, West Virginia, Rutgers and Virginia are pushing the hardest," said Nash.
Over the last month or so, Nash has taken visits to Kentucky, West Virginia and Rutgers. He will return to two of these schools for camps.
"I'm going to a camp at Rutgers and a 7-on-7 at West Virginia," said Nash.
A majority of schools continue to recruit Nash at outside linebacker, but he hopes to prove that his future position may actually be at quarterback. During recent stops at both the Rivals/VTO Camp in New Jersey and the Nike Camp in Baltimore, Nash impressed.
"I think I did well," he said. "I just need to focus on the little things, whether its consistency or simple things like taking the right drops on different routes. Basically my timing needs to become better. The physical aspect I think for me is there. I believe I have one of the strongest arms in the state."
Nash hopes to make a final decision before his senior season begins in either late August or early September. Aside from dealing with his recruiting process, he has also been preparing for this fall.
"I feel a lot stronger and faster, and after coming off the monster season I had I think it'll be a better one this year because the confidence is there," said Nash.
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