Hester Talks About Camp

Glades Central standout wide receiver Jessie Hester took in two days of UM's summer camp this past weekend and walked away with the WR MVP Award. "I was glad to get that but to be honest, I think I could have done better than what I did," Hester said.

"There were some decent DBs out there, none that really caught my eye. I just wanted to go out and show the coaches what I could do."

The talented senior, who goes 6-0 and 165 pounds, had a chance to work with UM coach Curtis Johnson a lot the past two days.

"He was showing me some little things that I can use to my advantage," he said. "Some things I was doing wrong, he showed me how to correct them. He's a good coach, a nice guy. I like him."

Hester, who played his junior season at Wellington High, was often referred to as one of the top two receivers at the camp along with Mike Moore.

"Mike's cool," he said. "We got along and we might be going to another camp together."

Hester plans on going to FSU's camp, as he hopes to catch the attention of their coaches.

"I really haven't heard much from them," he said. "I don't know why. Miami's probably my top pick right now, that's part of why I went out there."

The talented receiver says two schools really stand out on his list of favorites right now.

"Basically, it's UM and Georgia," he said. "They both have been showing a lot of interest in me and I like both schools right now. I wanna take my visits though."

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