Ohio Prospect Holds One Working On More

Each year several prospects just don't get the press or exposure they deserve and their recruiting takes a slow spin until things get heated up early their senior year. This looks to be the case for Wyoming High School (Ohio) defensive end Jordan Bright who holds one offer and is looking for more.

"I only camped at Cincinnati and Marshall this summer", stated the 6-foot-7, 225-pound Bright about the camps he attended this summer. With only two camps attended, Bright is sure to see his football recruiting take a slow spin as college coaches will look at early senior tape to make up their minds to offer or not.

But while some prospect would be stressing about only holding one offer, Bright is positive in his approach to the game he's still learning the finer points of.

"Right now I've got an offer from Marshall and have seen Akron, Cincinnati, Murray State and a few others show great interest in my abilities."

Bright isn't the only player from Wyoming High School to catch the eyes of college coaches or find their way to a scholarship offer. Teammate Larry Black is already in the fold at Indiana, and Bright is the next guy inline to pick up more offers as his senior season gets under way.

"I understand my first couple of games will help my recruiting with a good performance. Right now I'm just working hard and preparing to have the best season of my career. "

With physical size you can't teach, Bright is sure to continue to catch the eyes of several college coaches early this fall.

We'll continue to check back with Jordan to get the latest on how his recruiting is going.

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