2019 Wing Jake Kyman is On the Rise, Talks Recruiting

Jake Kyman

Jake Kyman, a 6-foot-7 wing from Santa Margarita Catholic (CA) High School, is a name on the rise for the Class of 2019. Kyman caught up with D1Vision to discuss how his recruiting is going.

When we asked Kyman who is recruiting him the hardest at the moment his response was, “USC, Gonzaga, Michigan, Oregon State, and Stanford also.” Kyman holds offers from California-Santa Barbara, Pepperdine, Utah State, BYU, and LSU.

Kyman has taken visits to Southern California, UCLA, Oregon, Oregon State, California-Santa Barbara, and Pepperdine.

Kyman told D1Vision about his visits.

“I mean in general I loved all of them,” Kyman said. “I actually could see myself at all of those places. I’m going to narrow it down next Summer when I have all of my options obtained and go from there.

“I definitely loved all the schools,” Kyman continued. “Every coach was very truthful and gave me insight on how the offense and system is ran. I feel I fit all of their playing styles.

“Most of these schools are possibly looking for a shooting wing who can play multiple positions and I feel l can fit that hole,” Kyman stated. “It is all just a matter of the fit of the schools and how I’ll size up there, wherever I end up going.”

According to 247Sports, Kyman is the No. 234 player for the Class of 2019 and the No. 62 small forward. For Kyman, athletic genes run in the family. His mother played volleyball at UCLA and his father play volleyball at California State-Northridge.

Kyman is ready to hit the rest of the recruiting process head on, “I’m just humbled and happy with what has happened so far. I can’t wait to see what the future holds. I just need to keep getting better.”

Kyman recently had UCLA and USC visit him on October 12th.


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