Jamel Dean Has Decided To Leave Florida Camp
Jamel Dean, being one of the most talented cornerbacks in the nation, has received offers from Ohio State, Florida, Miami and other places to play the cornerback position. Now, just this week, in a twitter post, Jamel Dean let everyone know of his plans to travel North to join the Buckeyes instead of joining Florida's own FNL. So, he will be playing football for Ohio in the year 2015.
Standing 6-feet and 1-inch tall and weighing 180 pounds, Jamel Dean is a cornerback from Cocoa Florida who is ranked as the 16th most talented football player in Florida. He holds the position of 179th best general player in the class of 2015, per the 247sports.com rankings. This is the reason his selection for the Buckeyes' team matters a lot.
Jamel Dean is not the only football player who will be moving to Ohio this year. He will be following in the footsteps of Eric Grover Williams who will be joining Buckeyes' enlisting class for the upcoming year.
Generally, star players reigning from Florida's football grounds are content, and at the most, they extend their performing career to the southern part of the US. However, Dean and Williams are two exception to this trend so far. Now let us see if Ohio is where he will increase his present ranking, or whether his decision will end up being counted as a detrimental career move. However, since he was chosen based on his abilities, there's no reason why he shouldn't continue to play well and eventually improve.