Western Kentucky commit Jeremy Darvin, a Scout.com three-star defensive tackle from Nashville (Tenn.) Father Ryan, will among the many recruits expected to be in attendance when the Hilltoppers host Marshall in their final home game of the season on Nov., 27.
Rated among the Top 100 defensive tackle prospects in the nation, Darvin committed to WKU in September over scholarship offers from Army, Cincinnati, Louisville, Marshall, Middle Tennessee and Navy.
"I wouldn't choose any where else to play." he told WKU Insider.
The 6-foot-2, 280-pound prospect recently wrapped up his senior season, when Father Ryan fell to Nashville Ensworth in the first round of the state playoffs.
"It was a great senior season," he said. "I played very well showed good leadership and set examples for the seniors next year. I'm also blessed enough to be able to play in the East v West All Star game in December."
Darvin has kept close tabs on the Tops since pledging two months ago and has been impressed by what his future team is accomplishing.
"As for their season, I love it," he said. "Their playing extremely well and definitely want that conference championship."
In addition to his upcoming trip to Bowling Green, Darvin is also planning his eventual official visit with WKU.
"I haven't scheduled an official yet, but I talked to Coach Brohm and Coach Dunn and I'll be taking my official after the season," he said.
Darvin is rated as the No.43 defensive tackle in the South Region and No.93 nationally.