"I've been doing track and basketball, along with offseason conditioning. I'm on the South Florida Blur 7on7 squad. Everything is going pretty good, I'm trying to get bigger and faster for next season," Jean-Louis stated.
Jean-Louis finished the season with 14 receptions for 331 yards and five touchdowns. He missed a pair of games for a questionable suspension that was reduced from five games, but not completely eliminated. He has since turned his focus onto his recruitment and is continuing to hear from some of the top BCS schools.
"Southern California, Ohio State, Miami, Florida, West Virginia, Virginia Tech, and Florida State have all offered me. I don't really have a favorite right now, but they each standout in different ways," he continued. "I've been in contact with the OSU coaches some and it's been good so far. I like their program a lot."
He's setting the bar high for his final high school season. The Palm Beach Central star knows this is his time to shine before committing sometime next year.
"I want to get better stats and continue to improve on the field. I can be a lot better than I have so far. I'm focused on getting a lot better throughout the offseason to accomplish my goals along with narrowing down the schools," he revealed. "I'm going to try to commit around this time next year once I'm set on one school." Angelo continues to keep focused on his grades, and knows a slip up now can cost him in the long run.
"I will take the ACT February 18th and I've got a 2.8 GPA. I know I have to keep my grades up to get to the next level," he finished.