Analysis: Jacques Patrick put his name on the recruiting map as a freshman at East River High in Orlando last season. He ran for over 1,000 yards. He's grown to be 6-foot-1 and 210 pounds and has a tremendous amount of ability. Put all those things together and you have a very good running back prospect who will be just a sophomore at Timber Creek High this coming season. He's already emerged as one of the state's top prospects in the 2015 class. Florida State and Florida were his first two scholarship offers and he plans on visiting them soon. Miami offered him during the spring, he says, and he told Scout that he plans on making a visit to see the school and to meet the coaches very soon. We'll know more about his interest level in Miami then but he already has an offer and will be recruited nationally in a few years so he's definitely someone for Miami fans to keep a close eye on.
Elite RB has Miami offer, wants to visit
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