Player Spotlight: Jacob Sealand
"I'm happy with the choices I have," the 6-1, 220-pound athlete said, explaining that he's hearing from South Carolina, Vanderbilt, Cincinnati and Louisville most regularly of the schools that have offered.
"I like all the schools, and I definitely want to check out Virginia Tech, Wake Forest and Purdue.
"I went to South Carolina, Louisville and Vanderbilt for junior day visits so far and have been to Georgia and Auburn."
The Tucker High School junior said he, "might do a couple of camps this summer" but doesn't have any definite plans.
In a school, he's looking for "great academics."
"I don't want it to be straight football; I want the coaches to be honest about academics," Sealand said. "The second most important thing is a solid tradition at the school with a real positive program and not a lot of negative publicity."
Jacob Sealand has played football his entire life and explained, "I play to have fun, and it's gotten me where I am now."
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