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One stands out to Colston-Green

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Wide receiver Jaren Colston-Green is hoping to have a strong senior season after putting in a lot of work over the summer months. The 6-foot-2, 170-pound wideout attended camps at Florida, Miami, Ole Miss, and South Florida. The Tallahassee (Fla.) Leon product shared the reasons why he chose to participate in multiple camps this summer.
"I just want to be more consistent with catching the ball and to be better at blocking," Colston-Green said. "I also wanted to get more exposure. I wasn't really on the radar and I wanted to go to a couple of camps and show what I can do. The coaches at a few of those camps said they will be looking at me more during my senior year."
So far, as far as offers go, Colston-Green has two to his name. Recently an out-of-state institution joined Florida A&M in verbally offering the wideout.
"I have a verbal offer from Middle Tennessee," Colston-Green said. "They send me mail almost every day. I like that. I am really interested in them."
Colston-Green intends to take his time with the process and is hoping his senior season on the gridiron will produce additional interest and offers. Currently, he is planning out some official visits.
"I just took the ACT so now I am going to try to set up some official visits," Colston-Green said. "I want to visit Middle Tennessee, Ole Miss, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Marshall."
Heading into the season, one school is standing out to the Sunshine State prospect.
"It is mainly Middle Tennessee because they show the most interest," Colston-Green said. "They are just always asking me how I am doing and how my mom is doing. That is it."
As a junior, Colsten-Green had 20 receptions for 324 yards and three touchdowns. He also contributed on special teams returning kicks and punts.
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