2018 defensive back Jarrett Paul describes ‘great’ visit to Syracuse

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Paul enjoyed his visit to Syracuse (Photo Courtesy- Jarrett Paul)

2018 defensive back Jarrett Paul from Middle Village (NY) took a visit to Syracuse over the weekend when the Orange played Clemson. He spoke with The Juice Online about his visit, and here’s what he had to say:

The Juice Online: Tell us about your overall experience at Syracuse this weekend.

Jarrett Paul: The overall experience was great. Although they fell to Clemson, I like how the team competed despite playing the #1 team in the country.

TJO: What was your favorite part about the visit?

JP: My favorite part was spending an ideal amount of time with the staff before the game, and the atmosphere in the Dome.

TJO: Who did you spend the most time with?

JP:  I spent the most time with Coach Reed (DB Coach), Coach Acosta (WR Coach), and Coach Adam (O-Line coach). Coach Adam is my primary recruiter.

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TJO: Who are the schools that are coming at you hardest?

JP: The schools that are coming at me the hardest are Syracuse, Rutgers, Indiana, and NC State.

TJO: Where does Syracuse rank among your favorites?

JP: I actually like Syracuse a lot. The staff really likes me and plus Syracuse is in my home state. Also my friend Noah Jordan-Williams is a Cuse target and he may end up there.

TJO: If you had to compare yourself to a player in college or the pros, who would it be?

JP: I’m not really sure who I would compare my game to. I would like to model my game after Joe Haden and Darrelle Revis.

TJO: What are the most important things for you in a college?

JP: I want to go to a school where I’m comfortable with the program and coaches. I just want to go somewhere where I know I’m in good hands.

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