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November 2, 2011Nana Kyeremeh is still working on the exact date for his Boston College visit - it will either be the weekend of Nov. 12 or the first weekend in December - but the Worthington (Ohio) Thomas Worthington cornerback has been talking lots with the coaching staff and is excited to see Chestnut Hill.
Boston College is considered one of the favorites for Kyeremeh, a 5-foot-11, 170-pound three-star prospect who had just talked to an assistant coach from the Eagles earlier this week.
"I've been talking to them a lot," Kyeremeh said. "I was actually talking to them (Monday). I'm pretty interested in them because that was the first big offer I got and I've been talking to them a lot since they offered.
"They were talking about the visit and talking about winning their last game and they told me they're on ESPN on Thursday."
This weekend Kyeremeh is taking his official visit to West Virginia and it could be a big trip especially since the Ohio prospect has already been to Morgantown for an unofficial this past off-season.
Getting to see what the Mountaineers have to offer during a game weekend could be crucial to his decision-making process.
"I'm just waiting to take visits and I want to see if other big schools have interest when the season is over," Kyeremeh said. "I want to take those trips and then talk it over and see which school I like best.
"It will be pretty big to see if I could get used to the town and whatever else comes on the visit. I want to see what the team does and see how things run there."
Northwestern, Akron, Ball State and Toledo have offered Kyeremeh, who's rated No. 50 in the Ohio state rankings by Rivals.com.
No other visits except to Boston College and West Virginia are set yet as he waits until the end of the season to see if other programs want to get involved.
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