On late Monday night, Miramar High School's cornerback Shemar Jean-Charles announced his commitment to Bowling Green on Twitter. Jean Charles reportedly chose Bowling Green over offers from Cincinnati, Tulane, and Northern Illinois. According to 247Sports' composite rankings, the 5-foot-11 170 pound cornerback is rated as a three-star prospect from Hollywood, Florida.
After talkin to family and coaches I am proud to say that I am officially committed to Bowling Green University ‼️‼️ pic.twitter.com/vsQkKPnZLo— R.I.P Grandma (@shemar_co2016) June 30, 2015
Bowling Green has continued to land top prospects for their 2016 class. Jean-Charles will join other Bowling Green 2016 secondary commits Evan Foster, Cameron Jefferies, and Jerry McBride. As the Falcons' 14th commit, Jean-Charles will be looked at to help give their secondary a much needed boost. In 2014, the Falcons allowed an ugly 291.4 yards per game through the air, which was second worst in the MAC.
Bowling Green is in search of winning more future MAC Championships. After winning the MAC for the first time in 2013 and winning the MAC East in 2013 and 2014, the Falcons are in search of making a dynasty for many years to come. The Falcons are already headed in the right direction as they are addressing their biggest need, the secondary. Bowling Green could solidify itself as a MAC powerhouse if they continue to bring in top recruits like Shemar Jean-Charles.
Check out some of Jean-Charles' highlights at Miramar High School, courtesy of Hudl: