Omaha (Neb.) Millard North athlete Jacob Matthew has come to the decision that he has a few schools standing out and he spoke with the BisonReport to say more.
"My top two offers are from NDSU and Ohio," Matthew said. "Princeton really wants me and I did really well at the Iowa camp. They said they want me to be a part of their program, but I don't know if they'll offer at all. I camped at Nebraska, Kansas State and Iowa, so we'll see what happens there."
Matthew has a top group of schools that he's looking at choosing from.
"My top three are Princeton, NDSU and Ohio right now," Matthew explained to the BisonReport. "Princeton would give me the best education in the world, NDSU would let me play competitive football and win championships, and Ohio would allow me to play in bowl games. All that being said, I'm leaning towards Princeton, but I don't know how much I'd have to pay annually to attend, so we're waiting on financial aid. We sent in the paperwork a few days ago, so we're playing a waiting game right now. I'm not looking to make a decision until about halfway into my senior season and I talk with Coach Riley and Entz the most from NDSU. I'm waiting for bigger schools to come in, so probably mid to late September."
Speed is one facet of Matthew's game that he's really working on this summer.
"I'm a good football player, but the different between good and great is speed. I'm not slow by any means, but I could be faster. I want good film and breakaways where I'm pulling away from corners."
Matthew has a top group
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