Jaden Dottin is currently a sophomore at Arlington High School and he was named to the 2016 Middlesex League All-Star Football Team in spite of the fact that he played in only 6 of 11 games due to injury. The 6’3″ and 185 pound wide receiver (and defensive back) has just received his first Division 1 offer from Howard University and will draw much more attention as he is a big target on offense with excellent hands. He is a very good overall athlete as he also plays as a forward on the Arlington High School basketball team. When not playing sports Dottin likes to play NBA 2K and to listen to hip-hop artist Meek Mill. Dottin has already visited the University of Washington campus out in Seattle and he more recently visited closer to home on the Boston College campus for their Junior Day. He told us that he had a great visit to Washington and it was a great experience as he was introduced to many of the coaches, players and alumni. He attended the Washington game against USC (which was a huge game at the time) and he really enjoyed the atmosphere of a big-time college football game and he feels he can play at that level a few years down the road. Dottin is also receiving interest from UConn, Rutgers and Temple. Next year as a junior he will look to raise his game on the football field while continuing to excel in the classroom. With younger brothers he also hopes to grow as a young man and to be a role model going forward so that they can look up to him and follow in his footsteps one day. Look for many more FBS schools to show interest in Jaden Dottin over the next year with more offers also very likely in the future as he is one of the top wide receiver playmakers in the 2019 Massachusetts football class.