Jayden Comma will be a WR to watch for the class of 2017

Roswell WR Jayden Comma talks about his new offer to Southern Miss..

Jayden Comma is one of several Roswell (GA) prospects that picked up an offer to Southern Miss yesterday.  

The talented 6'2, 210lb WR already has offers in hand from Mercer, Maryland before the weekend where he received more good news.

"Everything is going pretty great to be honest," Comma told GoldenEaglePride.com.

"This week I picked up four offers from Maryland, Western Kentucky, Tulane and Southern Miss.  It was a really nice week.  It feels great and is a dream come true to be honest.  All of these schools are FBS big schools and to see my dreams coming true has been exciting.

"My dream school is Ohio State because my family is from there in Ohio.  But, honestly, I'm just looking for the best fit for me and I want to go to a place where I can get in there and play.  Division One football is my dream and wherever I feel is home is where I want to go." 

Southern Miss let him know they want to see him for a visit on campus in addition to the offer.

"I got a short and sweet text that I had an offer and that they wanted to see me on Junior Day from Coach Nicholson," he said.

"If I can make it, I would love to come on Junior Day, but if I can't come then I'll for sure come another time.  Whoever offers me I'm going to visit to be honest.  I owe them all that much."

Comma just finished up the basketball season and is now focused on getting ready for spring practice.

"I just got done with basketball and now I'm just working out on football stuff solely," he said.

"I like basketball but its more or less just to stay in shape and work on my quickness."

The 6'2 receiver has a lot to offer and it is no surprise he's picked up these early offers. 

"My biggest two strengths are that I use my size to my advantage and I am very sure handed," he said.

"If there is not a time I burn someone, then I'm going to go get it.  My route running is something I work very hard on even though I feel like I can continue to get better there."  

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