Considered to be one of the top wide receivers in the country, Dwayne Jarrett of New Brunswick, N.J. will have a tough time deciding on a college choice when the time comes choose.
With more than 30 offers to date, the 6-foot-4, 210-pound receiver will take at least four official visits before he sits down with his family to make a decision.
"It's getting real confusing, but I'm enjoying the recruiting process. I just want to look into everything before I decide on one or two favorites."
For now this blue-chip recruit is favoring eight schools.
"Right now I like Southern Cal, Virginia, Pittsburgh, Syracuse, Ohio State, Miami, Rutgers and Illinois," said Jarrett, who had 40 catches for 956 yards with 17 touchdowns as a junior. "They are the schools that I can see myself playing for."
Dwayne has all the tools to be a big-time player at the next level. He has the size and speed that college recruiters covet and he is very confident. Expect Dwayne to have more than 50 offers by the end of the 2003 season.