"Kentucky offered me last week," Beaumont told InsideTheVille.com. "It feels good to get that first one and I know that it will help open up doors at other places too."
As a junior Beaumont totaled 54 catches for 881 yards and 7 touchdowns, while also rushing for an additional 1,100 yards and 28 touchdowns.
"He's capable of playing several different positions in college, but I think his best game is probably on offense," Male High School head coach Bob Redman said of Beaumont. "He has an unbelievable vertical – he plays like a 6-foot-4 type of guy. His hands are second to none and he's extremely durable. He's fearless and isn't afraid to take the big hit. I think that he'll probably be a wide receiver on the Division I level. He plays a lot bigger than his body would indicate. He's going to be one of those Deion Branch type of guys – he'll make a circus catch more just every now and then."
This spring he'll put his abilities on display as he attends the Scout.com Louisville combine on May 20, as well participating in a number of seven-on-seven competitions.