"I would say Kentucky, Clemson, South Carolina and Georgia are my favorites," remarked Jamison, who has owned offers from each of the four since May. "They write me all the time and let me know they are thinking about me."
Before deciding, Jamison plans to officially visit each of his favorites as well as another wildcard school after his senior season. The Kentucky coaching staff was trying to work something out in regards to an official visit with the 6-foot, 205-pounder within the upcoming weeks, but lack of time has forced Jamison to decline the offer.
"I had it my mind, but I know I'm not going," explained Jamison. "My weekends are pretty much the only time I get to have time to myself and do work around the house and help my house. I going to take my official visits, but I'll take them sometime in November."
Greenville High School, which also encompasses division I-A prospects QB Jordan Sorrells and DE Nathan Pepper, is off to a 4-1 start. Jamison has done his part rushing for 834 yards and nine touchdowns on just 83 carries (10.0-yard per carry average).