Miami commit and standout prospect Jayron Kearse just started spring football. The South Ft. Meyers (Fla.) athlete is done with his college visits and will be focusing on his team.
“Yeah, I am done with visits,” Kearse said. “But I am going to college camps this summer.”
The 6’4, 200-pound player talked about the schools trying to recruit him away from the ‘Canes.
“Teams coming at me hard are USC, Clemson, South Carolina and that’s probably it,” said Kearse. “I am just started talking to Oklahoma. I still have the same amount of interest in USC, Clemson and South Carolina. Oklahoma just started coming at me so I am still seeing how I feel about them.”
As far as his commitment to the University of Miami, Kearse said, “I am very solid right now.”
He is in contact with the Miami coaching staff on a regular basis. “Just the same things they have been telling me,” Kearse said. “That they just can’t wait to get me up there and learn the offense. I am playing at wide receiver. Coach Fisch, he is a pretty good guy. He tells me the things I need to know about the program and what is going on there.”
One of Kearse’s major concerns are the NCAA sanctions that are still looming over the Hurricane football program.
“I recently heard that with the sanctions they will get penalized this year and it won’t be that bad,” Kearse said. “So, that isn’t really a concern anymore.”