Has a leader, but holding off on commitment

Standout defensive end prospect <b>Jeremy Lomax</b> has a clear leader, but he is not quite ready to make a decision.

DE Jeremy Lomax is looking at schools throughout the eastern part of the country. He has numerous offers, but one team has pulled ahead.

"I like Tennessee, Virginia, N.C. State, Kentucky, Louisville, Wisconsin, South Carolina, Indiana, Mississippi State, and Georgia. All of them have offered."

Which team holds the current advantage?

"I'd say Georgia has pulled out in front just a bit. I like Coach Garner and how he is just really straight with you and down to earth. They have a great program."

This past weekend, Jeremy took an official to check out the Hoosiers. How did he like it?

"It was good. They flew me up there on a private jet, and I spent time with the coaches. We went to a few parties, and they had a good atmosphere at the game and all."

Who else has he scheduled visits with?

"I have one to N.C. State on December 5th, Lousiville on December 12th, Georgia on January 9th (unofficial), and Tennessee on January 17th. I may not visit either UGA or UT. Georgia is just right up the road, so I can go there without using an official visit. I also may go the Georgia/Georgia Tech game unofficially this Saturday."

This Friday, Lovejoy faces a stern test against Westside-Macon. What are his thoughts on the game?

"They are a big physical team. They probably run it 88% of the time. This is a revenge game for us though. They beat us last year, and we want to return the favor."

Lomax talks about his best asset as a defender, and what it's like to play with a leader like Kisan Flakes.

"My pass rushing is best thing. I think my swim move is probably my best technique. I try to get it done on defense, and Kisan makes us go offensively. He just makes plays, and when they mess up he can scramble and make it happen. It's great playing with him."

Jeremy was just recently extended an invite to the Georgia North/South All-Star game. He plans to announce his collegiate choice sometime in December or January.

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