Kyshoen Jarrett still has a long time before he has to make any major decisions that will have an impact on his future but the 5-foot-11, 182-pound prospect from Pennsylvania is looking ahead to the immediate future.
This summer Jarrett plans on checking out at least a few of the schools that have been recruiting him. He admitted that visiting some of the schools that aren't so close to home -- such as those in California that he has been hearing from -- will be difficult to visit before official visits, if he decides he even wants to visit those schools.
He will, however, make an effort to visit some of the schools close to home.
"I'm definitely going to try to get to Michigan. I want to hit Pitt and West Virginia, too," Jarrett said. "I'm thinking it will probably just be unofficial visits right now."
Jarrett said the recruiting process has been holding pretty steady of late. Plenty of colleges have sent coaches by his school, East Stroudsburg South, to express interest and make an appearance.
"Everything's pretty much been the same. I have offers from Stanford, Vanderbilt and Duke pretty recently. Those are some of the schools with real high academic reputations that have offered. Wisconsin has been looking to offer me but that's really been it."
Jarrett said it's too early to start thinking about which schools he would like to officially visit since he can't make those trips for at least a few more months.