Army Makes Comer's Top Five

Jayme Comer produced another fine season on the football field this past fall. The 6-1, 215 pound LB tallied up some impressive numbers in numerous categories during his senior campaign. Now that his prep career is in the books, Jayme has been directing his attention a little more on where he will be spending the next four years of his life.

In fact, he just recently narrowed down his list of programs to five schools.

ArmySports.com called up the Brownsburg native for a quick update. Comer talks about his senior season and the latest in regards to his recruitment.

The Jayme Comer era has come to an end. Comer's time in a Brownsburg uniform is over. Jayme gave ArmySports.com a brief rundown of the Bulldogs 2007 season. "We actually finished 4-6 this season," Comer said. "We didn't finish out as well as we thought we would have, but it turned out to be a pretty good season for the most part."

Although Jayme's team finished out the season in mediocre fashion, he still had plenty to smile about. "I did pretty well this year," Jayme said. "I finished out the year with 106 tackles (15TFL), one interception, and 3 forced fumbles."

Now that his high school football career is in the past, the stud linebacker must now focus on where he wants to take his game next fall. In an effort to take his recruitment to the next step, Jayme came up with a list of programs that are under consideration for his services. Comer's list consists of Air Force, Wyoming, Illinois State, Purdue, and Army, respectively.

Jayme admitted to ArmySports.com that he doesn't know quite as much about Army's program in comparison to some of the others. However, that does not mean that he hasn't been taking interest in learning more about them. "Actually I've seen them a few times on TV," Comer said. "I think I would fit into their scheme pretty well from what I've seen. As far as the school itself, I know that they are a very prestigious school. A lot of people have been saying that Army would be a great place for me to go."

Jayme doesn't quite have in mind where/when he will be taking his official visits. However, he has mentioned the possibility of setting up one with Army sometime in the near future. For now he will continue to gather more information on each program, and will proceed to the next step whenever he feels the need to do so. ArmySports.com will bring you more on 3-star prospect, Jayme Comer, as his recruitment continues to unfold.


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