Breezy Does It – Jabrill Peppers to Announce College Decision
Posted May 21, 2013 9:34 pm
One of the most electrifying and diverse athletes on and off the field of this 2014 recruiting class is Paramus Catholic’s Jabrill Peppers. Peppers, also known as “Breezy”, is one of the highest regarded prospects coming out of high school in the past decade. What makes Jabrill so special is his style of play. He will line up anywhere on the field and completely change the game at any given position. If there were one player that is able to play/start both ways in college, it would have to be Jabrill Peppers. Preps.com is here to give you the low-down on what is going on.
Peppers is a freak athlete that plays all over the field. He possesses the ability to make the nastiest cuts you’ll ever see on a high school highlight tape. Factor that in with his high 4.3 speed, ability to break tackles in the open field, and ridiculous ball skills (all of which you’ll see on tape), and you have all the makings of a 5 star stud.
Peppers is not just a freak specimen on the field either. Making music is an important aspect in his life, which makes his college decision all the more intriguing.
Peppers has a decision date; he will be announcing his college decision May 26th live on ESPNU. He has narrowed his choices down to six; LSU, Notre Dame, Michigan, Penn State, Rutgers and Stanford. It was said that Stanford was the top dawg for a few months, but sources close to the situation have said Michigan is now the team to beat. What makes this even more interesting is Peppers just recently visited Penn State, although he had his decision date set before he made the visit to Happy Valley. If things couldn’t shape up anymore interesting, Peppers went on to say that a major factor in his decision will be the school’s musical program, as Jabrill would like to pursue both music and football in his future. Really, any of these six teams can land this prized recruit and take their program to the next level.
The one thing we can say about Jabrill Peppers is that he is a program changer. He started his high school career at national powerhouse Don Bosco Prep in New Jersey. There as a freshman and sophomore, he led his team to two state championships, and a #1 overall national ranking in 2011. He then transferred schools to Paramus Catholic, where he went on again to lead his team to yet another state championship. It sounds crazy, but Jabrill can reach rarest high school achievement, which is winning four straight state championships. Whichever team lands this stud will surely be happy for the next 3-5 years.
Below are highlights of Jabrill’s junior year, and his new music track: