(N.J.) four-star linebacker Jerome Hayes. Hayes was in State College
(Pa.) over the weekend for an official visit, did he make a decision?
I had a great time on my visit to Penn State, the people there were real nice, Hayes said. I will not take any more official or unofficial visits, and I will announce my decision on signing day.
The 6-2 and 225 pound linebacker had just arrived home and gave us a quick rundown on his official visit.
Penn State is one of four teams still vying for the No. 15 rated LB in the nation according to Scout.com
Austin Hinton who is a native of Secaucus (N.J.) and a good friend of Hayes hosted the talented prospect.
It was nice seeing Austin again, we try to stay in touch as much as possible, Hayes said.
As far as a decision goes? I plan on announcing Wednesday, Im not
sure on the details just yet. Hayes said.
Hayes, a U.S. Army All-American
finished his senior campaign with 103 tackles, eight forced fumbles, and four
fumble recoveries. Hayes also plays running back for Bayonne. He finished the
season with 1,200 yards and 17 touchdowns.
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