Jay-nard Bostwick, a talented defensive line recruit, has a new group of favorite schools.
He is also interested in Michigan.
Bostwick, out of Port St. Lucie (Fla.) Centennial High School, doesn't give many interviews, and as a result, is somewhat underrated. But he can really play. At 6'4 and 280 pounds, Bostwick shows the athleticism of a smaller player, but has the punch of some 300-pound recruits. He is a four-star by some services, and a three-star by others, but should be a consensus four-star recruit.
Miami has long been considered the favorite to land Bostwick, and aside from being the local school, the Hurricanes' defense also makes sense, given that Bostwick could play some end and tackle. Early playing time is also available at Miami.
But other defenses like those at Alabama, Florida and Georgia also utilize their ends and tackles like Miami. And they won't give up on him without a fight.
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