"As of right now, Northwestern, Boston College and West Virginia are my favorites. Northwestern is a great academic school that my parents also like. It also is in the Big Ten. Boston College is also a great academic school and I'm looking forward to visiting them. West Virginia has great facilities. I took an unofficial there and I like the coaches and I like how they play defense."
Even with his current offer list, the cornerback expects more to come after his Thomas Worthington HS (OH) team takes the field.
"I think I'll get some more offers from some Big 10 schools."
The cornerback, who is also capable of playing safety, describes himself as a "speedy, very physical, versatile player". He spent his summer attending camps, (Ohio State, Cincinnati, Wisconsin) and working on his stance and technique.
Kyeremeh doesn't plan on committing until after his senior season, but he has in mind what he's looking for in a school.
"I'll look at the playing time, then the education and finally the campus life. The distance from home doesn't matter. I'm just looking for the place that fits me best and is somewhere I can see myself being the next four or five years."
For now, the cornerback is looking forward to his senior season.
"I feel good about the season. Our team is making improvements everyday and we are getting better. All of the games are important, but some really big ones are week four against Upper Arlington HS (OH), week six against Dublin Coffman HS (OH) and week ten against Worthington Kilbourne HS (OH)."