Jabari plans to have a busy spring and summer visiting schools that are showing interest in him. "My plans are to make it out to a lot of colleges that have wanted me to visit them and to go to some of the camps to get more exposed than I'm already exposed." Days will also be attending combines to showcase his talent.
April 15th marks the beginning of the evaluation period for college coaches. This will be a time when Days expects to see schools coming by his high school to evaluate him. "I expect them to come out to the school to talk to me and to let me know how much their interest is."
Last season Days started out playing on the offensive side of the ball. With four games to go in the season, he was moved to linebacker. That move has led to schools showing an interest in him at the linebacker position. "The schools now know my position preference and my body type and it all matches up."
The interest in Days at the linebacker position is beginning to pick up with schools like Auburn, Alabama, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Maryland, and South Carolina showing interest in him. Days will be attending multiple camps this summer. Look for his offer list to grow as he attends those camps. Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, and Miami will be some of the camps that he'll be attending.
Jabari has been talking to Coach Brian Bohannon at Georgia Tech with his brother having recently signed a LOI to play quarterback at Georgia Tech. "Their interest is very high; maybe an offer will be coming." Following the combine, Jabari had a chance to meet with the Tech coaches and attend their afternoon practice.