At 6-foot-3, 205-pounds, Ricky Jeune already posses the size that many NFL scouts would look for, so it is not surprising that many teams have been showing interest in the 2013 prospect.
"A bunch of coaches have come down and visited my school," said Jeune. "Miami, Florida, BC, Rutgers, Virginia, Ohio State, Cincinnati, and some others have come down and talked to my coaches."
The Eagles are always looking to add a big playmaker to the receiving core and that is why Coach McGovern, has already stopped by to see Jeune.
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"I like Boston College. I don't know too much about the school so far, but I like what I have heard," said Jeune. "Coach McGovern stopped by to talk to my coaches and watch me."
What does the Montvale (N.J) St. Joseph's receiver, who had over 500 yards receiving and 6 touchdowns catches, look for in a school?
"I want to have good chemistry with the coaches and check out the depth at WR. Really a lot of different stuff will go into it," said Jeune.
Jeune plays both receiver and defensive back for his high school team, how would he describe his strengths and weaknesses as a player?
"My biggest strength is the deep ball. I can go up and get it," said Jeune. " This offseason I have been working on my footwork and route running.
The New Jersey native says he tries to model his game after other deep-ball threats Randy Moss and AJ Green. He hopes to go over 1000 yards receiving this year, and plans to start looking closer at schools.
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