Jacques-Louis, a 6-foot-2, 165-pound junior who is generating a whole lot of interest at receiver, possesses a stable of additional offers from Georgia, North Carolina, Minnesota, Missouri, Indiana and South Carolina among others.
"Top school, I would say Kentucky," Jacques-Louis said. "They have showed consistency throughout my recruitment since offering after my freshman season."
Jacques-Louis has already journeyed up to Lexington on his own dime, and admits he was taken aback by the Wildcats' state-of-the-art football facilities.
"(Quarterbacks) coach (Darin) Hinshaw is always checking up on me," Jacques-Louis said. "When I visited Kentucky in January, the staff made me feel at home. Everything is new. I really didn't get to explore the whole campus."
The 15th-ranked athlete in the South is still educating himself on what life would be like as a Maryland Terrapin, but is certainly feeling the love from coach D.J. Durkin's staff.
"I haven't had the opportunity to visit yet, but I like that the (Maryland) coaches show major interest and emphasize that I'm a priority for them," Jacques-Louis said. "It feels good."
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