Junior Days Lined Up For '16 CB/WR Khris Pam

With a number of ACC and SEC schools taking a strong interest in 2016 Blythewood CB/WR Khris Pam we caught up with the tall and rangy prospect to get the very latest. Pam has had coaches visit him at school and he talks about which Junior Days he's already got lined up. Get all the details inside here on SCPrepNation.com!

Khris Pam Profile

After an outstanding performance at the Army All-American combine in San Antonio Texas recently schools are starting to take a much closer look at 2016 Blythewood cornerback Khris Pam. The 6'1 175 pound prospect spoke with us about some of the schools he's been talking to lately, which Junior Days he'll be attending, and who might be the first to offer in this update.

"NC State came by today for me. Coach Dez Kitchings said he likes what he sees and that he can't wait for me to get up there this weekend," Pam told us.

The Wolfpack have been in the mix for a while and the junior prospect shared some things he likes about the ACC school.

"I like how they battled from the beginning of the season to the very end."

Another school that came by to see Pam recently is from the ACC also.

"Louisville came by to see me last week. Coach Grantham said he loves what he sees and the he and his staff love me. I'm going up there for Junior Day on February 21st."

"I'm hearing the most from Wake Forest, Louisville, NC State, and Tennessee. I'll be going to Junior Day at Wake Forest on February 15th."

We asked Pam to gauge who he feels could be the first to extend him a scholarship offer possibly?

"I feel like Wake Forest might be the first to offer, NC State I'd say is 50/50."

Pam says he'll look at "who's in front of me, will I get a chance to play, and do they offer what I want to major in."

Other schools showing interest lately are "Yale, Princeton, Missouri, and Tennessee."

In our last interview Pam said that Florida State and Oklahoma State were schools he would like to hear from soon and in fact, the Sooners of Oklahoma reached out to him not too long ago.

"Coach Bedenbaugh from Oklahoma told me he likes what he's seen of me and that he'd be showing it to their defensive backs coach."

"I want to hear more from Florida, Florida State, and Georgia now."

Despite not getting many balls thrown his direction Pam was named 2nd team All-Region on a loaded defense which featured a pair of other D1 prospects in the 2015 class. He was usually given the responsibility of matching up with the opposing team's top wide receiver every game.

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