Cardinal Mooney (Ohio) junior C.J. Amill has picked up offers from Akron and Kentucky. The running back says that over the past few weeks, several schools have stopped by to see him.
"Michigan State, Ohio State, Ohio, Miami (Ohio) and Bowling Green have all stopped by," said Amill.
Amill says that his discussions with the coaches have been encouraging.
"They all told me they like what they've seen on film and want me to come out and see me. I was invited to their camps so they could see some more and then take it from there," he said.
With the summer around the corner, the junior has been working on setting up his camp schedule.
"I'm going to Kentucky, Cincinnati and either Ohio State or Michigan State," said Amill.
When he goes to those camps, the running back hopes the schools notices his skills and determination.
"I want them to see my speed, my ability to catch, make moves in open field and things of that nature. I want to show teams that I can play at their level regardless of my size at the moment," he said.
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