The waiting game for Gault

Because he played on a run-oriented team, East Mississippi QB Jare Gualt (6-2, 215) is a player who didn't put up big numbers, but he's got the skills to be a playmaker at the next level. He just played in the Mississippi JC All-Star game, one loaded with talent, and he came away as the North team's MVP and now he's ready to start focusing on recruiting.

"We had a tough year," Gault admitted to JCFootball.com recently. "We started off slowly, but we went 4-2 in the last six games so we never gave up and we beat Itawamba which is a really good team."

Gault finished the season with over 1,500 yards through the air including 15 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He also totaled 400 yards on the ground and two more scores.

As far as recruiting is concerned, Gault said that only Memphis and Louisiana Tech are the D-1 schools still looking at him, but some D-1AA schools have started to come into the mix.

"Jacksonville State, Mississippi Valley State and Alabama State have all made contact and all of them sound really interested in me," Gault said. "None of them have offered me yet, but they said they are close and that they want me to come and visit and that that is when they would probably offer."

Gault will finish his coursework in December and he'll have two years to play two wherever he ends up.

We'll continue to follow the recruiting process for Gault and update things as they change.

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