Wide receiver Andrey Baskin may be the top receiver in the Garden State, and judging by the fact he already has four offers that just might be a safe assumption. With great size and the ability to get downfield, expect to hear a lot about this Camden (N.J.) Woodrow Wilson prospect in the coming months.
At 6-foot-4, 200-pounds, Baskins runs the 40-yard dash in between 4.5 and 4.6 seconds.
"I'm bigger than most defensive backs, and that gives me a big advantage," said Baskins. "This coming season I plan on working on my speed, just so I can get more separation."
What schools have offered Baskins?
"I've got offers from Rutgers, Iowa, Michigan and Virginia," he said. "I'm also being recruited by Southern Cal, Arizona State, Maryland and Penn State. I know it's early, but I'd say my two favorites are Iowa and Virginia."
As a junior at Woodrow Wilson last year Baskins caught 31 passes, with eight of them going for touchdowns. He plans on attending the Junior Day being held at Rutgers on March 26.