Four-star DT from New Jersey has four SEC schools in his Top 12
With his senior season of high school football getting closer and closer, defensive tackle prospect Corey Bolds has begun to narrow his list down to a select few.
Bolds released his latest Top 12 list Thursday evening and four SEC schools were fortunate enough to make the cut as the big lineman announced these SEC schools have got his attention: Alabama, Georgia, Ole Miss and Tennessee.
— Corey Bolds9k™ (@Chief_Corey) June 10, 2016
Currently rated as a four-star prospect by 247Sports, the 6-foot-3, 276-pound Bolds is also rated as the No. 18 defensive tackle in the nation and the No. 6 prospect from the state of New Jersey.
Last season, Bolds was fortunate to line up next to the nation’s top prospect, and Michigan commit, Rashan Gary. How he holds up as a senior without opposing offenses geared up to stop his teammate and likely focusing blocking schemes on him will go a long way in determining his true value as we approach 2017’s National Signing Day. For now, Bolds has a long list of suitors all battling to earn his signature come signing day.