Four-star cornerback Kyshoen Jarrett of East Stroudsburg (Pa.) South has tried to re-organize his life after the news of the coaching change at Pittsburgh took place. Now with the new regime in place, Jarrett is eager to get to know them, but in the mean time, he has scheduled two official visits and is considering a couple more.
"I'm committed, but I'm on the market," said Jarrett on Friday night.
With the official announcement of Mike Haywood as the new coach at Pittsburgh, has he heard from the new staff to this point?
"Nope, I have not gotten any calls," said Jarrett. "I don't know anything about him so I can't determine what kind of guy he is or if he'll even like me."
Jarrett had recently scheduled an official visit to Illinois on January 21st and announced tonight that Virginia Tech will get another official visit on January 28th.
"I've been talking to those two and I've talked to UConn and Rutgers," said Jarrett.
Another recent development may turn Jarrett's recruitment even further upside down, as rumors are that Coach Jeff Hafley has accepted a job at Rutgers after previously being the defensive backs coach at Pittsburgh.
"Coach Hafley was going to be my defensive backs coach," said Jarrett. "I can imagine he's tough to say no to since he's such a great guy. He's just a great guy and a great coach. We had great chemistry between us too. We were pretty tight."
Jarrett is hoping to use the next two weeks of the "dead period" as a time to organize the rest of his recruiting process.