RB Jamaal Edwards
6-0, 200, 4.4
Dudley High School
Greensboro High School
Edwards, who was first team All-State as a junior, continues to list Florida State, Miami, North Carolina, Virginia, Clemson and Florida as his top 6 schools. The offer list, which includes many of the nation's top programs, is standing firm at 15 as Edwards has not received any additional offers over the past few weeks. "North Carolina is recruiting me the hardest right now," stated Edwards.
The outstanding running back is not sure where his talented teammates DeMario Pressley and Martel Thatch are leaning at this point. "We haven't talked about it much. Martel said he would commit this summer."
The 6-3, 200 pound Edwards has already camped at North Carolina and Wake Forest this summer. "They were both good camps," stated Edwards, but he also said that he was more impressed with North Carolina.
Edwards will be traveling with his dad to visit Virginia later this week. "I am also going down to Clemson later this summer," said Edwards.
Don't expect an early commitment from Edwards as he still plans to take all of his official visits before making a decision. We will continue to keep you updated on this talented running back from North Carolina, right up through signing day 2004.
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