Lanky Receiver Fields College Interest


Rising senior wide receiver Jerome Beazer might not be too familiar of a name for most HS football fans in the state of Georgia. The under the radar recruit had a major snafu with the GHSA over the last few months which has resulted in a precarious situation where Beazer has been deemed ineligible despite moving to his new Luella home some 3 months ago. 

The ever-resourceful Beazer quickly made the move over to the GICAA to Community Christian – last year’s state champion (14-0). Beazer is a name to watch for next fall at Community Christian, which did a great job utilizing receiver Marcel Gleaton (2017 Navy commit) over the last few seasons. 

Beazer has been working hard this offseason adding weight to his 6’4″ frame while also competing on Cam Newton’s 7v7 team where he has specifically worked with the star NFL player. Beazer also won WR MVP at the Offense-Defense Camp down in Myrtle Beach. 

This has been the busiest offseason ever for Beazer. Just last week he visited Princeton on the 6th, and then committed to Howard (offered on Feb 27th) on a visit the following day on the 7th. 

“I really loved the coaches at Howard,” Beazer said. “All of them, from the position coaches to the head coach Mike London. I had the opportunity to meet all of the coaches, be inspired by the head coach and see two practices. They have so much energy and passion and feel I can learn a lot and bring a lot to the program.”

The class of 18 recruit holds a 3.5 GPA and playing at a strong academic institution was an important factor in his decision. Even though he is committed to Howard, several FBS programs have come forth showing interest. 

“Navy has also shown interest but haven’t yet offered yet. Georgia State has shown interest and wants me to attend their prospect camp and Central Michigan wants to see my first couple of games senior year.”

The early relationship built by coach London and his staff might prove to be too much for any school attempting to enter into Beazer’s recruitment. “Michael London Jr. recruited me. The staff has a lot of experience – Michael London Sr has a lot wisdom and class and is really changing the program around. Also, my mother graduated from Howard.”

Beazer expects to compete in the Rivals Camp in Atlanta on 4/22, plus the Sound Mind Sound Body and FBU Camp this summer. 


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