Jamere enjoyed his visit, but had to cut it short.
"I got there a day late because we got stuck in Chicago. We got snowed in," said Jamere. "But I had a lot of fun. It was exciting. They have some nice facilities. I saw the football field, their locker room and the dorms. I heard they were going to be nice, so it wasn't a big surprise to me."
He also enjoyed his player host.
"Omarr Conner was cool," said the 6-1, 180-pound wide receiver. "He was funny."
Where does MSU now stand among the schools that he is still considering?
"They are behind Oregon," he said. "And I'm still taking my trip to USC next weekend."
His mom, Felincia, also enjoyed the trip, but the distance concerns her.
"I think it is a really nice school, but the fact that none of his (football) games will be near California will be hard for me," said said. "I can see him running track because the (MSU) track team goes to Mt. SAC and Sacramento so they come close. But the football team will not. When I asked them if they would be playing any teams closer to California and they said no, that means we won't be going to any of his games. And I'm used to being out there every game. Other than that, the school was great, the people were great. I like that it's a big family school. But the fact that we live so far away is important. You have to know when to come or you are going to get stuck. I really, really like Mississippi, though."
Next up for Jamere is USC. And Scout.com will provide an update after the trip.
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