Hold the phone Wildcat, Beaver and Warrior fans. Your E ticket ride for the services of Hawai’i offensive player of the year, offensive lineman Jeremy Perry (6-3, 295, 5.0) from Kahuku, Hawai’i is still in the recruiting process.
Over the last 24 hours Perry has been reportedly committed to Arizona and now Hawai’i by the Honolulu Star Bulletin.
Isn't this fun?
Strange is the fact that Oregon State who is also in the heat of it for his services hasn’t been mentioned in any story yet.
But those are the facts. It is a three horse race between Arizona, Oregon State and the home school Hawai’i.
It was mentioned in yesterday’s story that Michigan was one of the finalist but actually it was in-state rival Michigan State, however the Spartans are no longer in the picture.
Welcome to the wacky world of recruiting on NLI day. Though Perry’s signature is MIA at the current time, the outcome should be known any moment.
The reason that the fight for the services of Perry is so intense is he’s the first offensive lineman in the history of playing football in Aloha State to be named State Offensive Player of the Year.
The state of Hawai’i has a great tradition for lineman and for Perry to be the first offensive lineman in State history to offensive Player of the Year speaks volumes on his abilities as a football player.
Sometime today coaches and fans of Arizona, Oregon State or Hawai’i are going to be happy indeed.
Perry is expected to make an impact early in his college career.