Another school that Jabari expects to be offered from is Kentucky. He was recently a standout at a camp there, in Lexington. "They were very impressed with my performance there," he said.
The Kentucky camp is just the beginning stage for Jabari to show his skills at various schools. "I will be attending Georgia Tech's camp, and also Miami's, Florida State's, Florida's, and Clemson's this summer."
Maryland still remains the leader for Hunt-Days as they were his first to offer him. As offers begin to pile in, though, that could change. Jabari has always felt strongly about Georgia Tech and his brother Synjyn will be a freshman this year at quarterback. He is looking forward to grabbing their attention for the first time at linebacker at their camp.