FL Athlete has big time list of offers

For Three-Star Armwood (FL) Athlete Mywan Jackson it is not if he will get the chance to play big time football. It is about where he wants to play big time football. With some of college football's elite chasing his signature the University of Louisville will be in for a battle. What does Jackson think about Louisville?

Life is good for Mywan Jackson. The 6-foot 170-pound athlete from Armwood (FL) High School is a supremely explosive and talented player that could play at a number of positions at the next level. And he has the offer list to prove it.

"The teams I have offers from right now I am looking at are Michigan, Illinois, Auburn, West Virginia, Colorado and Louisville," said Jackson.

Jackson made a visit to the University of Louisville for their camps last weekend.

"I really like Louisville. I came up last week to see the campus, go to the camp, and talk to the coaches," said Jackson. "The campus and the facilities were beautiful. I didn't know Louisville had that much to offer. And the whole city is impressed with the football team," Jackson continued.

Mywan who is being recruited by Louisville running back coach Tony Alford says he is still wide open as far as favorites go. He has also lined up a couple of other visits as the summer goes on.

"I think we will be visiting Michigan at the end of July and also Illinois at the end of July also," said Jackson.

While on these visits Jackson says he will be look at a couple of important things in his future school.

"The environment and the surroundings at the school. And also academic wise who can help me the most get through the college situation," said Jackson. "I do plan on taking all 5 of my official visits. And I will narrow it down to those schools at the end of the summer."

Jackson says that he feels the best part of his game right now is his running ability. As evidenced by rushing for over 1300 yard with 15 scores and throwing for 1000 yards and 8 touchdowns through the air. Louisville though has different ideas about where Jackson's talent will be best served.

"Louisville is recruiting me as a cornerback. I never played cornerback in high school not since little league," said Jackson. "This summer I just need to improve my technique and my drop backs and everything."

Making a final decision will be plenty tough, but Mywan says that things could got quickly if he finds that special place.

"I don't have a time limit. If I feel everything is right I will go ahead and make a decision. But if not I will push it back to maybe signing day."

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