Rochester, N.Y., athlete Jahmahl Pardner just picked up his first scholarship offer from Buffalo…
Pardner is a solid Prospect
Rochester (N.Y.) Aquinas cornerback Jahmahl Pardner doesn't have blazing speed, which could force him to move to another position down the road. Pardner only blames himself. "The thing that has hurt me is that I never really train to run," Pardner said. "Every time I do those forty times its right around basketball. You get tired legs and you're not training specifically for that and it has hurt me. I need to put in the work to get those times down. I do think it is a reason why I don't have more offers. I feel like I can play anywhere, but some schools are concerned about the times." Pardner currently holds one offer and he is hearing from a number of other schools. "Buffalo offered me a few weeks ago," Pardner stated. "Rutgers has been by the school a few times. Connecticut invited me up to a junior day. Syracuse also invited me to a junior day." Rutgers wants to see Pardner in person. "Coach Bob Fraser is recruiting me for Rutgers," he said. "They like me, but they want me to come to camp and compete against other recruits on their board." Connecticut just recently started recruiting Pardner. "Coach Mike Foley has been up here recruiting Jarron Jones," explained Pardner. "I sent him my film and they invited me to their junior day next weekend. They want me to come to camp and see how I compete." Syracuse has sent one of their big guns Tyrone Wheatley to recruit Pardner. "Coach Wheatley invited me to junior day," Pardner said. "They liked my highlights, but they want to see some game film also. Pardner has been timed in (4.6) range, so he may end up projecting better as a safety. he can cover and he loves to hit. He is 6-foot-0, 170-pounds, with room to grow. last season, he recorded 55 tackles, eight interceptions and three touchdowns.
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