Safety prospect Myer Krah holds no offers yet, but he says that could change really soon. "I visited North Carolina State last week, and I also went to Duke. I think Duke is really close to offering," Krah said. Virginia and Georgia Tech are two other schools that he says he keeps in regular contact with.
On Wednesday, Krah participated in a Georgia Tech skills camp with his brother and some other teammates. "I had a whole lot of fun, and we did a whole lot of work," he said. "I've been to Georgia Tech three or four times already and I keep in touch with Coach (Charles) Kelly and Coach (Andy) McCollum and Coach (Todd) Spencer. This time was cool though because when we had a break in the camp, we got to tour around the actual campus."
During the actual camp, Krah said that they did a lot of one-on-ones and mostly played in man coverage. He really liked that. He also really enjoyed getting some time with defensive backs coach Charles Kelly. "Coach Kelly was giving me some details to work on. This camp was much more personal than the others," he said. "Coach Kelly was saying things throughout the camp, that I am really close right now to an offer. Coach McCollum also said I did really well for myself today."
Krah is being recruited by some schools as a cornerback and some schools as a safety. It looks as though most schools want to him to add weight in college and be a safety. He's already at a solid 185 lbs. For his high school team, he will line up at safety most of the time this year, sometimes moving over to corner or coming up like a linebacker. He also will get a chance to return some kicks.
There is much more going on this summer in Krah's search to get noticed and earn some scholarship offers. He and his brother are trying to get their names out there and will be headed to East Carolina this weekend then to NC State this Sunday. He will also be going next week to North Carolina. "I also will try to hit Wake Forest and Virginia. I'm for sure going to South Florida this month."
The most important thing in football for Myer since he's played pee-wee ball is that he's always had approachable coaches who cared. He says this is the most important thing he is looking at which will help separate the school he chooses to attend. "Just that and being comfortable there, and learning the style of the program." For now, he doesn't think about when he wants to end his recruitment. It really is just starting to take off it seems and he will be continuing this month to work as hard as possible to earn those offers.