Five schools have already extended offers to Jean-Baptiste – Nebraska, Memphis, Northern Illinois, Middle Tennessee and Arkansas State – and he thinks more could be on the way.
"Toledo, Oklahoma, Missouri and Southern Miss have all told me they like me a lot, but they haven't offered yet," Jean-Baptiste told JCFootball.com recently. "I redshirted last year, so a lot of schools want to see me and what I can do."
Jean-Baptiste didn't qualify out of high school so he enrolled at prep school.
"I didn't get cleared by the (NCAA) Clearinghouse in time, so, even though I signed with Colorado, I still had to come to Fort Scott."
After redshirting last season, Jean-Baptiste said he's ready to show the football world what he can do.
"I can do whatever they need me to do," Jean-Baptiste said matter-of-factly. "I mean, I can go deep because of my speed (4.4), but I can also be physical because of my size and I've improved my routes, so I'm a lot better at running across the middle when they ask me to.
"I've been working on my strength and my blocking, so I'm real confident I can do it all out there."
Jean-Baptiste is on pace to graduate in December and he'll have three years to play two wherever he ends up.
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