Coming off a standout performance at the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas prior to the holidays, three-star Duncan (S.C.) Byrnes wide receiver Shaedon Meadors is staying patient and waiting for the dead period to end to see if any other schools come calling. However, he recently reached out to Temple and the Owls coaches has some good news for him.
"Temple just offered," said Meadors, who has official visits planned to Old Dominion and Vanderbilt for later this month.
Even though the Owls are late to the party, is it too late for them to get a shot at the 6-foot-2, 177-pound receiver?
"No not really," he said. "I'm still open."
Meadors added that there's a "good chance" he takes an official visit to Philadelphia to get a closer look at the program, but it depends on the coaching staff.
As far as program, Meadors said he was impressive with what he saw from the Owls offensively this past season.
"I like that they throw the ball a lot," he said. "I think [freshman] P.J. [Walker] is a great quarterback."
Once the Owls offered Meadors said the first thing he did was research the depth chart and check out Walker's highlights.
"I've talked to him on social media and I've seen his highlights from high and college," Meadors said. "He's an exciting player."
Meadors plans to take his decision all the way until signing day on Feb. 5.