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2018 commit Ja'ren Kenyatta pumped after watching Army's win over Duke

"Yes, I had an amazing time," said the talented incoming safety Ja'ren Kenyatta, when asked by GoBlackKnights.com if he enjoyed himself on Saturday.

During his Saturday game day visit, he was joined by his twin brother Jarred Kenyatta. "He’s one of the recruits that has yet to be offered," added Ja'ren, who had an opportunity to meet with sever of the coaches prior to the game and enjoyed the game day experience.

"Yes, I met with Coach Monken, Payne, Wilt, Loose, and other coaches who’s names I’ve forgotten. The atmosphere was outstanding, also the unity within the team and the energy from the coaches."

BROTHER POTENTIAL WITHIN THE 'BROTHERHOOD'

We asked Ja'ren if his brother would end up a Black Knight should the Army coaching staff were to offer and here was his response.

"Yes 100%. He wants to go to West Point sooo bad, you don’t even know {laughing}," stated the future Black Knight. "Like that is his favorite school and that would be awesome to go here with my twin brother .... a dream to come true to be honest.