Waxahachie, Texas offensive lineman Marlon Winn continues to work hard on the field as schools keep recruiting him.
“Nothing new is happening on my end,” the 6-foot-5, 280-pound Winn said. “There really hasn’t been anything new recently. I’m just playing football. We are 2-2 on the season after our last game against Lancaster was suspended by weather after two stoppages. We are ahead 17-7, but I don’t think it will ever be finished. It was just suspended.”
The schools that are on Winn’s list include Arizona, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, SMU, Texas Tech and Purdue. Offers have been extended by Arizona, Oklahoma State, Baylor, SMU and Missouri to date.
“I would say that I really don’t have a favorite at this point,” he said. “But, I am leaning toward Oklahoma State right now for three reasons. First, it is my dad’s alma mater. Second, Oklahoma State is the perfect place to study meteorology. I have always been interested in how the weather works. And third, they have a good football team. They might be what you call a favorite, I guess.”
Winn does not have any official visits scheduled definitely, but he does have a good idea where he will be spending the first weekend in December.
“Oklahoma State told me to keep Dec. 3 open. That is when they are having their top recruits in. I’m pretty sure I am going to visit there that weekend, but it is not locked for sure.”