Way likes Kentucky, N.C. State

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After helping his 7-on-7 team advance to the semifinals of the Pylon Elite tournament in Florida over the weekend, 2015 Belle Glade (Fla.) Glades Day wide receiver Jamarius Way figures to see his recruitment spike. But three schools were ahead of the curve in offering Way, with one already pushing hard.
"I had a great game against American Heritage midway through our season in the fall," The 6-foot-4, 194-pound Way said. "After that I picked up offers from Kentucky, Ole Miss and Florida Atlantic."
The one school continuing to stay in touch is Kentucky, and Way said he's very receptive to what the Wildcats coaches have to say.
"I'm talking to Kentucky a lot," he said. "They told me to just make sure I keep my grades up, keep working hard and I'll have a scholarship with them. I'm supposed to go up there soon for a visit but I haven't planned it out yet."
Way, who said he thinks he would fit great in a spread offense, said several schools are waiting on his SAT scores before pulling the trigger. Among the schools in line is N.C. State, another program Way is high on.
"They're just coming at me and they just keep talking to me," Way said of the Wolfpack. "They're just waiting on my test score. I just like what they 're telling me and I'm interested in what they have to say."
Way took it a step further, saying that if N.C. State was to offer, he would have a lot to think about.
"I think if they were to give me an offer I would most likely go there," he said. "We'll see what happens."
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