Jarrett Visits VT For The First Time
Kyshoen Jarrett’s first ever visit to Virginia Tech was a good one, but was it good enough for him to stay committed to the Hokies? According to the East Stroudsburg South (Stroudsburg, PA) star cornerback, the answer is yes.
“I’m pretty solid,” Jarrett said. “I have a busy week and don’t really have time to check out anywhere else, but even if I did I’m solid on what I want to do. As of now, I’m solid and that’s not going to change. That won’t change on Signing Day. That won’t change in the summer, when I’m about to head off. I’m happy with my decision.”
Jarrett said previously that he would likely review the Tech experience and his recruiting with his family before heading home. Did this take place?
“We did, kind of,” said Jarrett, who was accompanied by his two brothers and his mother. “I let them know my heart and interest will be at Virginia Tech. Something else I’ll have to do is tell the other coaches who may have recruited me.”
Of the official visit experience, Jarrett said, “I definitely enjoyed it. Like I told everybody, I came in expecting the worst and I wound up having a great time. I enjoyed myself overall. And the coaches, they helped a lot.”
A 4-star prospect, the 5-11, 185-pound Jarrett has the potential to see playing time as a true freshman. His host, perhaps not coincidentally, was Kyle Fuller, who saw action at cornerback as a true freshman this past season.
“He was a great host,” Jarrett said. “It was his first time as a host, so he told me he didn’t know how to go about it. He didn’t want to be the reason why I didn’t commit, but then I told him I had committed already. He gave me a lot of insight. He’s a real laid-back kid. Saturday was pretty planned out for me and my family. I hung out with Kyle Saturday night. I went to a track meet with Kyle. I hung out with most of the players. I did a lot.”
Speaking more about the players, Jarrett added, “The players were welcoming. They were letting me know that it is not easy there. I have to come in...
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