Four Offers for Creamer

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Simeon (Chicago, IL) wide receiver Bryant Creamer has had an excellent senior season, catching 48 passes for close to 1,200 yards and 20 touchdowns. He has earned Chicago Sun-Times All-City honors.

Though those are impressive numbers, Creamer knows there is room for improvement before he reaches the next level.

“I think I’ve played well this season,” said Creamer. “Overall, it’s been decent. I know I need to work on my blocking though. I also want to improve my upper body strength, and I want to be able to get more yards after catching the ball [before I get to college].

Schools are taking notice of one of the top talents in the Chicago area. In addition to the four scholarship offers he has from Virginia, Illinois, Cincinnati, and Western Michigan, the 6-3, 205 pound receiver is hearing from Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, and Boston College.

“Recently, Notre Dame has started to call me,” said Creamer. “Wisconsin calls a lot, so does Iowa, Illinois, and most of the Big Ten schools. I hear from Virginia and Boston College as well – I spoke with Corwin Brown about one week ago.”

The Cavaliers are trying to get Creamer down for the Virginia Tech game, however he is unsure if he can make it. Virginia and Notre Dame appear to be two schools he would like to officially visit.

“Coach Brown wants me to come for November 29th, which is a game for them,” said Creamer. “We might be playing that day, but I’m not sure. I would definitely like to go to Virginia on an official visit though. And I would definitely like to go to Notre Dame, to see what all of the fuss is about.”

Creamer has not set up any official visits, as he wants to concentrate on his season first. He wants to take as many visits as possible, especially since he has never seen many campuses.

“Right now, recruiting is in the back of my mind,” said Creamer. “I’m trying to help our team win right now. No official visits have been set. Teams are discussing dates with me, but nothing’s set in stone. I would like to make as many visits as I can before I decide. I’ve never taken an unofficial visit anywhere.”

One factor will be the most important in Creamer’s decision.

“Basically, I want to go where I feel comfortable, both academically and sports-wise,” said Creamer. “Football-wise, obviously I would like to go to a passing offense that

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