Blythewood's Khris Pam Boosts His Stock

Blythewood junior CB/WR Khris Pam didn't shy away from the bright lights in San Antonio last month at the Army All-American Combine. The 6' 175 pound prospect put on a show that opened the eyes of quite a few new schools and he's already got a Junior Day penciled in with an ACC school. Come inside for the latest here on in this FREE premium article!

Khris Pam Profile

Already firmly on the recruiting radar is 2016 Blythewood CB/WR Khris Pam. The 6'0 175 pound prospect had a strong showing after his sophomore season on the camp circuit and he followed it up with a very good junior campaign. Pam didn't want to lose any momentum as he participated in one of the country's most prestigious combines last month and we've got all the detail right here.

"I went to the Army All-American combine in San Antonio and I balled out."

"I only allowed 1 catch out of 7 times I went. My confidence has grown a lot by doing so well out there against some of the best in the country. I lock people up and that only makes me more hungry in what I do. When the U.S. Army Combine Committee tweeted about me saying that I'm a shutdown DB and only allowed one catch is just made me even more hungry."

That showing in San Antonio has seen new schools enter the mix for 2016 prospect from Blythewood too.

"Baylor, Oklahoma, Michigan State, Texas Tech, and TCU are the newest schools I've been hearing from since the Army Combine."

The 2016 standout says a trio of schools that were already involved before the event still are recruiting him the hardest at the moment.

"Louisville, NC State, and Wake Forest are recruiting me the hardest right now."

One of those schools has already invited him to their upcoming Junior Day festivities.

"Wake Forest invited me to their Junior Day on February 15th."

Both Wake Forest and Louisville visited Pam at Blythewood last season and he feels the Demon Deacons very well could be the first school to extend him a scholarship offer.

Pam says Oklahoma and Florida State are two schools that he'd like to hear more from soon.

During his junior season Pam had 62 tackles, 8 pass deflections, 2 forced fumbles, and 1 fumble recovery.

For now the 2016 prospect says he'll key on improving his technique and hips this off season to try and get even better for the camp circuit this off season heading towards his senior season next year.

We'll have more updates with Khris Pam as his recruitment rolls on so keep it locked right here with

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