Jackson Perry from Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman is excited to have his senior season begin this Friday. He thinks that there is a real good chance that this year's team could be exceptional.
"We are out on the field," Perry said. "We actually have our first game this Friday night against Brophy Prep from Arizona.
"I think that we could be the team that does better than just finish inside the Top 25. I think that we can do it all and finish in the Top 10 or Top 5."
Conditioning and not emptying the tank is something that Perry is going to have to work on this year. He will be playing and anchoring both sides of the line for Bishop Gorman.
"I will be playing both ways last year. Last year we did a lot more strong and weak side on offense. This year I will be playing right guard. I will be playing the three technique on defense."
This summer Perry spent a lot of time trying to perfect his craft. There were really a couple of things that he wanted to improve and he worked hard on this off-season.
"Definitely my hands and my feet. My coordination and burst. I was really working on getting my feet beneath me and staying on balance."
Recruiting is something that appears might have to wait for Perry. The season isn't favorable to get away for weekend official visits because a lack of bye weekends and because of practices on Saturday afternoons.
"I think that I will take my official visits after the season. We have Saturday afternoon practices every weekend and I don't have a lot of time.
"As of right now I am planning on taking official visits to Nebraska, Harvard, Yale and Columbia. I haven't decided on the last one. I would say that Stanford, USC and UCLA are teams I would consider for the last spot."