Louisville stands out for Synjyn Days

Synjyn Days, a talented all-purpose prospect from Powder Springs (GA) Hillgrove, is getting a lot of attention this spring from several BCS programs, including Louisville. Why do the Cardinals standout to Days?

Days, a 6-1, 185-pound quarterback, recently received his first offer from Oklahoma State. Several other BCS programs are keeping tabs.

Oklahoma State offered me a full ride for safety," Days said. "Georgia Tech is recruiting me, Alabama is recruiting me, Wake Forest, North Carolina State, and Georgia are also recruiting me.

Louisville is also showing some interest right now. I would say they are showing me a moderate amount of interest."

Though he plays quarterback in high school, Days has the size and atleticism to play multiple positions in college.

"The coaches really like me for my athleticism," Days said. "They are not really recruiting me for one position, but for quarterback, running back, wide receiver, linebacker, safety or corner. I would like to play quarterback at the next level, but I will play wherever they need me to."

Days is also an excellent student.

"My grades are excellent right now, and also my character," Days said. "My relationship with God is a big thing as well. I want to know if my coaches have a relationship with God, and if they are Christians. That will actually be a big part of my decision."

Synjyn had 2500 yards of total offense and 25 touchdowns as junior. Days said he'll visit some potential colleges this spring.

"I have been to Georgia Tech, Alabama, and NC State's campuses so far this April," said Days. "I am going to Georgia, Central Florida, and I am trying to go to Oklahoma State's junior day. I am not sure yet if I will visit other campuses."

The schools vying for his commitment probably won't have to wait long for Days.

"I think I am going to make my decision before my senior year so I can concentrate on my senior year," Days said. "Oklahoma State, NC State, Georgia Tech, and Louisville stand out to me right now."


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