Days Talks About Toledo Offer

Synjyn Days is a three star prospect from Hillgrove High School in Powder Springs, GA. He has five offers and several other schools that are close to offering. Some schools see him as a quarterback, some as a safety or linebacker, and some as an athlete that could play multiple positions. Read on to get the latest on Synjyn's recruitment.

Synjyn Days is a three star prospect from Hillgrove High School in Powder Springs, GA. He has offers from Toledo, Oklahoma State, Georgia Tech, Indiana, and Eastern Michigan. He is also receiving a lot of interest from NC State, North Carolina, Virginia Tech, and Wake Forest. Of his offers, Toledo, Georgia Tech, and Eastern Michigan are recruiting him as a quarterback, Oklahoma State is recruiting him as a star position linebacker, and Indiana is recruiting him as an athlete that could play at several positions.

"I really like all of the schools that have offered me," Synjyn said in a recent phone interview with Rocket Digest.

Days received his offer from Toledo early in the summer. He is being recruited to Toledo by assistant coach Jason Nichols. He has not visited UT's campus yet, but he hopes to by the end of the summer. And if not then, Synjyn said that he is planning on taking an official visit to Toledo for one of the first couple of games this fall.

"I am very interested in Toledo," said Days. "Coach Nichols told me I might get to play right away as a freshman because of my athletic ability and my vision to see the field."

In the classroom, Synjyn is a very good student with a 3.1 GPA. He is planning on majoring in Biological Engineering as an undergrad, and then going into Denistry for grad school. "My brother and I want to open a family dentist's office after school," Synjyn said.

On the field he is explosive with a lot of athletic ability. He rushed for over 1000 yards and had 16 rushing touchdowns as a junior in 2008. He also passed for over 800 yards and threw 8 touchdown passes. He is 6-4, 205 pounds, and runs a 4.45 forty yard dash.

Synjyn's brother is a year younger and will just be a junior this fall. However, he too is a good football player. "We would like to go to school together," said Synjyn. "In fact, it's a major factor in where I decide to go."

Stay tuned to Rocket Digest over the summer as we keep you updated on Synjyn Days and all of the other Toledo Rocket football prospects.

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