Crestview High School football player: Kentucky decision is final

Published: Wednesday, July 10, 2013 at 03:28 PM.

So after going up and checking it out at a camp and seeing the Commonwealth (Stadium) and all that, I had my mind set ... I wanted to play there after meeting other top commit players from Ohio.”

Almost every scouting service agrees that Ware is one of the better weakside defensive end prospects in the Class of 2014.

Recruiting website 247 Sports ranks the 6-foot-3, 220-pound athlete as the 47th best prospect in the country, the fourth best weakside defensive end and Florida’s eighth best player.

However, “I don’t get caught up in that star stuff too much,” he said. “A lot of them have me as a threestar, but ESPN has me as a four-star and No. 8 in the ESPN (among weakside defensive ends). 247 has me as a four-star.

“All I have to focus on is trying to win a state championship at Crestview High School and a national championship at the next level.”

Ware, who said the Wildcats will play a four-man defensive front, said he is being recruited primarily to play defensive end. He also has been told there are certain defensive schemes where he will see action at outside linebacker.

“I’ll be multiple moving from spot to spot,” he said. “I may be at end one play, and then I’ll drop back in coverage the next play. I really don’t know what plans they have on how they are going to use me.

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