"Last year he was stuck behind a thousand yard running back and didn't get to play much. This year he will be our feature running back and also see time as a defensive back. I am expecting big things from Jamal this season. I have coached Eddie George and he has that kind of ability. Jamal is a finesse runner that once he hits a hole he is gone."
So far schools like Syracuse, Michigan State,
Virginia, Virginia Tech and Maryland are showing early
interest in Schulters.
"I just talked to Chris White
from Syracuse and he said there in the process of
evaluating his tape. I think he could be a great fit
at Syracuse with the new offense that Coach Robinson
plans on putting in."
Schulters plans on attending the
Nike combine in Virginia and camping at Michigan this
Jamal Schulters is a 5-foot-10, 180-pound running
back/defensive back that is originally from Brooklyn,
NY. He transferred to Fork Union Military Academy
after he led Canarsie High School to the NYC-PSAL
championship as a sophomore. That year he ran for over
1,000 yards, 9 touchdowns and made 1st team All-NYC.
Schulters runs a 4.4 forty and is the younger brother
of NFL football player Lance Schulters.
Schulters finally sees chances to shine
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