Nations top junior set for unofficial visits

Although just a junior, Princeton (N.J) The Hun School defensive back Myron Rolle is already one of the most heavily recruited players in the country. Rolle, 6-2, 205 pounds has to be considered the top junior prospect in the country and will be taking a couple of unofficial visits to two national powers in the next month.
Rolle will be a four year starter and is having a big junior season on both sides of the ball. In seven games, the athlete has rushed 102 times for 1,120 yards and 13 touchdowns including a 12 carry, 268 yard performance this past weekend.
On the defensive side of the ball, where he’ll play in college, Rolle has 63 tackles and three interceptions. In our eyes, Rolle is a top five safety nationally right now and is just as impressive off the field with a 4.0 GPA.
“Coach Lilly was at the school last week and invited us to come up for their game with Florida (Nov. 20),” McKinley Rolle, Myron’s older brother said. “We’re going to go up on Friday to sit in on the meetings and then stay for the game on Saturday. The next weekend, we’re going out to USC to watch them play Notre Dame (Nov. 27). USC is recruiting Myron really hard right now and he likes them a lot as well. We’re going to do a Friday- Sunday visit there as well.
“Things are going great for Myron right now. This week, coaches from Miami, Notre Dame, Boston College, Rutgers, Northwestern and Michigan will all be by the school. He’s working hard and is already looking forward to the Nike Camp next year. His goal is to win that Nike Camp MVP, he’s so competitive that something like that drives him to work even harder.”