Clemson still in mix for dual-sport star
|Tuesday, May 1, 2018, 11:31 AM- -|
Four-star running back and Ole Miss commit Jerrion Ealy has Clemson in a group he will be taking a closer look into coming up, Ealy announced on social media Tuesday.
The Jackson Prep High School (Miss.) prospect committed to Ole Miss in both football and baseball in December, but added a Clemson offer last month while on a visit for the spring game. He also picked up an Alabama offer on a visit there in February and Georgia offered late last month.
All four schools join Michigan, Mississippi State, Oklahoma, Texas and Southern Cal among schools Ealy still has in the mix.
The caveat for Ealy is pro prospects in baseball as he is currently rated the No. 8 high school baseball prospect for 2019 (Perfect Game). He hit .368 with 20 RBIs, 17 stolen bases and 12 extra-base hits in 24 games this season.
Ealy rushed for over 1,700 yards and scored 32 touchdowns, totaling nearly 600 receiving yards with 8 more touchdowns last season. He's averaged 9.2 yards per carry through three seasons in a 39-1 run at Jackson Prep.
These are the schools I will be taking a closer look at till signing day! pic.twitter.com/qoIMTWXLz2— Jerrion Ealy (@ealy_1k) May 1, 2018