To that end, Jeremy said that he scored around 90 percent in his efficiency during the combine in the passing drills and ran just slightly over a 4.0 in the shuttle run. Ricker also added 12 reps on the bench at 185 pounds and run a sub 4.2 shuttle.
His performance, athleticism and intelligence, along with this recent combine performance now puts Ricker's name close to the top when it comes to some of the elite QBs in the east, perhaps the entire country. That kind of popularity can be both good and bad, especially if you have a season up-coming where less than a state title simply won't do.
"Yeah, it's something that I have been thinking about, because the attention has gotten like it has," Jeremy said. "I want to take my official visits, but I don't want the recruiting attention to be a distraction to this season."
"This is like the biggest season of my life, so it's just something I am trying to figure out before it gets here, so I at least know I am prepared, no matter what I decided to do."
Ricker said that he along with his coach and teammates, including fellow division 1-A recruit, running back LeSean McCoy will be hitting the road this summer for a little midwestern tour. After that? Not even Ricker knows for sure what he'll do, but this off-season could have a great focus on his college season, so that his final season of prep-ball is his and his teammate's to enjoy.