Nana Kyeremeh has always received a good amount of respect for his talents but now that he's one of the few remaining quality cornerbacks in the Midwest the spotlight is on him more than ever.
Boston College has been talking to Kyeremeh for a while and the Eagles are on his short list.
Over the past couple of months the 5-foot-11, 170-pound corner from Worthington (Ohio) has taken official visits to Boston College and West Virginia. Those two teams have gone back and forth at the top of his list.
Most recently, Kyeremeh said West Virginia had a slight edge because he would like to major in engineering and Boston College doesn't offer that opportunity. Where do things stand now?
"I'm leaning to West Virginia a little bit because (the engineering major) is kind of a big thing. I've got to talk to my parents about it, though, and see if that's what they want me to do.
"My dad really likes Boston, just the city, and I think I'll have to switch it up if it's only about the engineering."
Depending on what happens with a couple of other schools Kyeremeh might be making his decision very shortly.
"I'll probably decide in the next week or two," he explained.
"I got offered by Toledo back in March but their coaching staff went to Illinois. They've been talking to me. It's BC and West Virginia but if Illinois comes in and offers then I might take a visit up there.
"I'll probably decide in the next week or so but if I end up visiting Illinois or Minnesota then it would be later."
Kyeremeh said he last spoke with West Virginia on Friday and Boston College two weeks ago.
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