You don't need to see too many plays of Fort Lauderdale (FLA) University School's Kenny McIntosh to understand why he is being pursued by the nation's elite programs.
A four-star athlete, McIntosh shows speed, power and great cutting ability, and he could play several positions at the next level although most schools see him as a runningback.
"I would say I'm the type of player that just makes big plays for my team, and do whatever is needed," McIntosh stated. "Whether it's offense or defense, I do things that help my team win games."
"I have about 17 offers right now, I believe," he noted. "Of all the schools that have offered me, I would say the ones sticking out right now would be Ohio State and Miami (Fl). I'm still waiting on Notre Dame to offer, and my brother (Deon McIntosh) plays there."
McIntosh took the time to explain why he feels an attraction for all three schools.
"With Ohio State and Notre Dame, I know they're far from home, but I want to go play in the cold in case I get lucky to be drafted by the NFL one day," he added. "Notre Dame would be a great place for me and my brother to play together, and he likes it there a lot."
"Ohio State had Ezekiel Elliott, and that says a lot about the school to me," he said. "I want to be that type of player. I was at Ohio State for a basketball tournament before, and I'm coming back this spring for a visit. Miami is a great program that's right down the road, and I like what they're doing under Mark Richt."