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Imani WR RJ Hart Jr chooses Ball St with early commitment.

Written by: on Monday, May 14th, 2018

Sixty three receptions, 978 yards, 11 tds, 76 total points. That was  RJ’s junior year for Imani Christian.

He’s got one more season to improve on those numbers. Maybe he will, maybe he won’t. But one thing we know for sure is he will be attending a division 1 school to further his career academically and on the gridiron.

RJ committed to Ball State via twitter today:

RJ’s Head Coach Ronnell Heard speaks very highly of his star receiver and his choice:

“He is a tall, strong, rangy receiver who catches with his hands an he high points the football well. He has great run after the catch with the ability, and can run away from defenses in the open field. He is also one of the best blocking wide-outs I have even seen in high school football. He has great character and a he is a fantastic young man who will represent himself, his family, and Ball State very well.



We caught up with the 6-2, 198 lb incoming senior for an inside look at his decision:

Why did you choose Ball State? “I really loved the environment and the vibe from the coaching staff they seemed really interested in me and they have a good business program”

Hart had offers from many other D1 schools, including Temple, Howard, Toledo, Navy, Army to name a few.

Who was your biggest influence for the Cardinals?  “The wide receivers coach (Alex Bailey) would contact me frequently.”

Your father (Rahmone Hart, member of the 1989 state champion Perry Commodores and attended Slippery Rock) has been your number one promoter and supporter.
“He has gave me advice and helped me extremely through the process.” Rahmone is very proud and had this to say about his son: “I am very happy and proud of RJ. He has an unbelievable work ethic and it has always been his goal to select a college before his senior year. It is truly a blessing that 11 schools thought highly enough about him that they offered him a scholarship early. The recruitment process is grueling and very stressful so being able to end it early is definitely great. At the end of the day it is all about finding a college that is a good fit academically and athletically. Ball State University has a lot to offer inside and outside the classroom. I think RJ is going to do very well and continue to make us all proud.”

What is Ball State getting from RJ Hart?
“They are getting a hard working player that you don’t have to worry about off the field and will go through a Brick wall for their team.”

Why commit early?
“I decided to commit early because I feel real confident about Ball state and other schools haven’t shown as nearly as much interest.”

 

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