Rivals100 defensive tackle Antonio Jeremiah out of Hilliard (Ohio) Darby picked up two recent offers from Georgia and Nebraska. Rivals caught up with the 6-foot-5, 290-pounder's head coach Paul Jenne to find out if he has begun to narrow his list.
"Antonio just got the offer from Nebraska in the past week or so," he said. "Then we found out he had an offer from Georgia. They actually offered a while back, but we never received the papers.
"At the moment, Antonio is the same old guy. He's sitting back seeing what's going on and how many schools are going to offer. I think he'll start looking for what he wants academically and begin to whittle it down from there. I know he really wants to major in culinary arts because he loves to eat."
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Does Jeremiah have any favorites?
"I'm not really sure," he said. "I know he is very impressed by the larger schools in the Big Ten, SEC and Nebraska," he said. "He likes Ohio State a lot of course too, but at the moment they still haven't offered."
The four-star prospect currently has is looking to go to Ohio State's camp in June. No other camps are currently on schedule for the lineman prospect.
Obviously plenty of schools like what Jeremiah has to offer. What in particular makes him stand out?
"He has just been blessed with some God-given size and talent," he said. "He has tremendous speed and strength and over the past year, he's done a lot to make himself even better. I can't wait to get him out on the field."
Fellow Darby prospect, offensive guard Ryan Carter continues to receive more interest.
"Ryan hasn't gotten any offers yet, but I think Ball State is very close to offering," he said. "I think once one team does it for him, other will follow."
This summer the 6-foot-3, 265-pounder is considering attending a camp at Ohio State.
What makes the first team all-league prospect stand out as a player?
"He is a very aggressive and smart player," he said. "He always does what he's asked and is a consistent prospect."