The Under Armour/Scout.com Southeast Elite camp April 27 brought together the best players in the…
AL OT Reflects on Dome and Recruiting
There normally aren't too many OL/DL that will come to the Under Armour / Scout.Com Combines, and this is due primarily to the fact that they are somewhat limiting for big men. This circumstance wasn't enough, however, to keep Jeremy Simmons from making the trip, and he took full advantage of the additional exposure and the chance to speak with Scout. How is the recruiting process going? "It's going real good…'Bama has been showing me the most love. Some of the other schools are talking to me some, but I think they are waiting. Overall, it's been going good. Have you been to any camps? "I went to the Alabama OL/DL camp and made a good impression. I really liked it a lot. Coach Pendry was my coach and I finally got to work with him and he was real good. " Is Coach Pendry somebody you could see yourself playing for? "Oh yes sir, definitely, definitely." So how did things go at the Dome? "It went real good, real good. My 40 time was better than I thought it was going to be, on the turf or whatnot, and that was what worried me the most," Simmons continued. "But I would say that overall, I did real good." So, how does the massive OT out of Clay County stand academically? "I've got to get my GPA up. It's a little low right now, but it's coming up." I have tested but I haven't received the score yet." Is there a Top Seven? "Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, LSU, Florida, Georgia and Mississippi State." What is Simmons looking for in a school? "I am looking for academic support and I would also like to start or at least play early." If Simmons takes care of business like he takes care of DL, this should not be a problem. Burke Hayes is the Southeastern Regional Manager for Football Recruiting at Scout.
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