It was thought that Tim Jamison (Jan. 9 Michigan official visit, 6 foot 3, 225 pounds, 2.25 GPA, Dec. ACT) from Thornton Township, Ill Harvey High School may visit Purdue this weekend. It was even reported in a Chicago newspaper that Purdue had a slight lead for the services of the talented defensive lineman. Monday morning GoBlueWolverine Magazine spoke with Jamison's father. "No, we took the weekend off," he said. "It's up in the air about whether we'll visit Michigan State this coming weekend, but it will probably happen."
Jamison, who has been upgraded to a four-star prospect after an outstanding performance at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, has already taken visits to Wisconsin (12/5) and Michigan (1/12) and Mr. Jamison said the final choice for his son would come from the schools he's visited. "We thought about making a decision on the 26th, but it may come a few days after that," Mr. Jamison said. "It will be between the schools we've visited."
Jamison took his ACT test in December and his father said they have yet to receive the results.
Jamison Visit Update
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