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December 13, 2011
Jeune picking up more attention
Ricky Jeune already has an offer from Boston College even though he's still in his junior year and the Montvale (N.J.) St. Joseph's wide receiver said the Eagles continue to recruit him hard.
Jeune definitely likes how Boston College is coming after him. It could help down the road as he's making his decision.
"They've been showing a lot of interest and I like that," Jeune said. "They've been sending me a lot of mail."
It is still so early for Jeune, a 6-foot-2, 190-pound prospect, and he said doing more research on Boston College moving forward will be crucial in his recruitment.
This off-season Jeune said he wants to take a bunch of unofficial visits and Chestnut Hill could definitely be one of his destinations. Since things are really just starting to take off in his recruitment Jeune isn't quite sure of what his plans are at this time.
"I'm not sure what I like about Boston College yet," Jeune said. "I just know they're showing a lot of interest in me.
"I want to take a lot of visits just so I can get a feel for a lot of different schools."
Boston College jumped out early in the recruitment of Jeune, who said the Eagles have been the most consistent showing interest so far, but once he sends out his junior film the New Jersey standout thinks things will pick up even more.
Jeune said he had been hearing a lot from Boston College and Rutgers already and now North Carolina, Wisconsin, Miami, Florida and Syracuse have stepped it up recently as well.
"It's pretty interesting," Jeune said. "A lot of colleges are interested in me.
"I haven't created my highlight tape yet but when I create it I'm going to send it out to a lot of schools."
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