Joshua Palmer, a 2017 three-star wide receiver from St. Thomas Aquinas, has told Maize n Brew that he will commit to a college before National Signing Day. As a matter of fact, Palmer will commit to a school by the late stages of summer.
2017 3* wide receiver Joshua Palmer plans to commit to a school before National Signing Day. More precisely, by late summer.— Evan Petzold (@EvanPetzold) May 26, 2016
While he plans on committing this summer, Palmer said, "That could change depending on visits I go to."
The 6-foot-3, 190-pound receiver from Fort Lauderdale, Florida has offers from the Michigan Wolverines, Purdue, Syracuse, and Temple, but also has an interest in Michigan State. Palmer was recruited to come play for the Maize and Blue by Jedd Fisch.
"I am not sure what school I want to sign with at the moment," Palmer mentioned. "It changes [with] every offer I receive from schools."
St. Thomas Aquinas, with the help of Palmer, finished last season with a 13-1 overall record and were victorious in the Florida High School Football State Championship game over Viera by 35 points. The first matchup of the season against Booker T. Washington was televised on ESPN and St. Thomas Aquinas won, 35-3.
Palmer likes the idea of playing for Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh, saying, "It would be great to play for a coach that has such a legacy at Michigan and in the NFL. The way he runs his team would be like the NFL."