Worthington (Ohio) Thomas Worthington cornerback Nana Kyeremeh holds offers from six schools and has three leading his interest list heading into the fall, but the 5-10, 160-pound prospect is still a ways out from making his final decision.
"I am kind of waiting because my coach said that I could get some more offers during the season," Kyeremeh said. "I'm planning on probably deciding after the season, maybe out to February."
Kyeremeh's current top three consists of Northwestern, Boston College and West Virginia. He has already made a visit to West Virginia, but has yet to see Boston College or West Virginia.
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"I will probably take an official to both of those schools," Kyeremeh said. "BC wants me to come down sooner, but not any specific date."
Northwestern and Boston College open their season against one another this weekend in Boston. At this time, Kyeremeh does not have plans to be in attendance, but he will definitely be watching.
"Both of those schools have offered me, so I'm looking forward to see what both schools can do," Kyeremeh said.
Kyeremeh dished on each of his top three schools, highlighting what stands out to him about those programs.
Boston College: "They are an ACC team and the past few years they have been winning a lot. They are in a good city and the coaches have told me about the city. They have a really good education, which my parents like a lot.
West Virginia: "I really liked their campus. Their facilities for the athletes and the students were really amazing. I was surprised at how nice it was. I liked the stadium and they showed me around everywhere and I like how everything is set up.
Northwestern: "Their education is really good. Also, they have two senior cornerbacks starting this year, so next year those spots should be open and I have a chance to get playing time if I prove myself. Those two things really stand out."
Kyeremeh also holds offers from MAC programs Akron, Bowling Green and Toledo and says he continues to receive interest from Iowa, Wisconsin, Wake Forest, Cincinnati and Indiana.
Thomas Worthington lost their season opener this past weekend. Kyeremeh registered nine tackles and a pass break up in that contest.