Plantation (Fla.) American Heritage defensive tackle Edgar Cerenord has not established a front-runner among the schools showing interest in him.
“My recruitment is still open right now. I don’t know exactly where I’m going,” Cerenord said.
“I’m trying to make the best decision of my life, and make the right choice.
The two-star recruit named Wake Forest, Cincinnati, Tulane, Duke, and Arkansas as the schools that are the most interested. When asked about his Tennessee offer, Cerenord remains very hopeful.
“I’m not going to lie it’s been awhile. I’ve been calling them, I haven’t gotten a call back, no messages. Whenever they give me a call, I’ll see what they have to say,” he said.
The 6-foot-2, 285-pounder, who has played a substantial role in American Heritage’s 10-1 record, has no favorites in his recruitment.
“Not sure, haven’t really thought about it yet. I’m just trying to do the best for my team and win a state championship,” he said.
His decision on a school will come in the postseason. He is looking for a school where his priority will be education.
“It’s going to be just me and my family making a right decision, a healthy decision, for simple reasons, getting a good education, and getting a degree,” Cerenord said.
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