Recruiting: More On Synjyn Days

We called Georgia for Synjyn Days on Wednesday and got an unexpected surprise when Jabari Days answered and spoke with us. Synjyn is the 6-2, 205-pound dynamo out of Powder Springs (Hillgrove), Ga., that plays quarterback and safety and could be a star linebacker if he were to end up at Oklahoma State.

Jabari is a junior this season, but at 6-3, 225 pounds is a fullback and linebacker prospect that every school seems to like as well. The two brothers want to play college football together, so we thought it was prudent to get Jabari's thoughts.

. Friday night Synjyn called us back, so here's more from big brother on the recent camps and visits to Oklahoma State and North Carolina State.

"I didn't participate in the camp at Oklahoma State, I was just there for the visit," explained Synjyn Days of his trip to Stillwater. "Jabari did the camp and I thought he did excellent on everything. I know Coach (Glenn) Spencer, who is recruiting us and is the linebackers coach, really liked Jabari and said he was going to recruit him.

"The tour of the facilities was amazing. The new jumbo video boards, the weight room. I love it and I've been telling everybody about it. The locker room was amazing with the I-pod and cell phone hookups and the $650 shower heads. I'm telling everybody about those too. It was the best I could ever imagine."

After traveling to Stillwater the two brothers and their dad went to North Carolina State. Days did participate in the camp there.

"I really think I might get an offer from them (N.C. State)," said the older Days. "I am supposed to find out tomorrow on Friday."

When asked about the possibility of going to camps or visits to Florida State and Miami, like his brother had mentioned last night, Synjyn Days didn't sound as sure.

"I'm really tired from all the visits," he said. "I think all of my tops (schools) have offered. That is Toledo, Oklahoma State, Indiana, and Georgia Tech. Then I'm waiting on North Carolina State. I want to make my decision at the end of the summer or at least just a few games into my season."

Again, how much does brother Jabari's thoughts weigh in? "Very heavily," answered Synjyn. "I want to play college football with my brother. I think there are some schools that will let us do that."

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