It's down to two for Geathers

Feather River DE Jarvis Geathers (6-4, 235) has become a hot commodity with several schools this year, but two have stuck out to him and, now that he's seen both of them, he plans to make a decision in the next few days. caught up with Geathers on Sunday afternoon and he talked about recruiting and the two schools that he's still looking at.

"I was at Middle Tennessee State this weekend," Geathers said. "I had a lot of fun there and they have a good program and they play a real aggressive style that I like.

"I got to meet with the coaches and hang out with the players and it felt really comfortable there and they made me feel like I was important to them."

Geathers took a trip to Central Florida back on November 24th and said the Knights made a big impression on him as well.

"Their back broke the 2,000 yards mark when I was there that weekend," Geathers said. "I had a lot of fun there. Their fans were really into the game and they played hard the whole game which makes things a lot more exciting.

"The coaches there are really good and they have that thing really going in the right direction there. They are an exciting team and they play aggressively as well.

"They told me they are really looking for me to come off the edge as a pass-rusher and be a playmaker for them up front on defense."

So with both of his favorites visited is either one leading slightly over the other?

"Not really," Geathers admitted. "They both have their positives so I just need to take the time to sit down and really make a decision.

"I want to go to a school that plays aggressively and that I feel I can be successful at and one that has a chance to win some games. Both of those schools do that so they are both pretty much equal at this point."

Geathers will sign his letter-of-intent on December 19th so we will continue to track his progress over the next 48 hours and update things as they change.

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