OL Jamarcus Grant
6-5, 330, 5.0
Mullins High School
Mullins, South Carolina
The 6-5, 330-pound prospect, who runs a 5.0 forty, is still waiting on his first scholarship offer, but that wait should end soon as several programs are interested in the powerful lineman.
"South Carolina, Tennessee, Notre Dame, Michigan and Clemson are all showing interest," Grant told CUTigers.com in a recent interview.BR>
When asked if he has any early favorites, Grant responded, "South Carolina and Tennessee would be my leaders right now."
The Mullins High star projects as an offensive tackle on the collegiate level. "Blocking and protecting the quarterback are my strengths," stated Grant.
"I want to get stronger and more dominant next season. I want to do whatever I need to do to help my team win."
Grant traveled to Columbia this weekend to enjoy the Junior Day activities at South Carolina. "I went to South Carolina on Saturday. It went great. I really did like it. I wasn't that interested in South Carolina before, but they have my eye now."
So just what is the star lineman looking for in a college?
"I am looking for a good academic program. I also want a good coaching staff that wants to reach out and help players. I want to major in business."
Grant is already thinking about where he would like to camp this summer. "I want to go to Tennessee to see how it is. I will also go to a couple of one day camps."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding offensive lineman from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2005.
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