Size and speed are always a top priority for the wideout position and three Big 10 powers are coming hard after one of New Jersey's biggest and fastest receivers.
"Ohio State might offer me soon, the coaches are coming in this week," said Cherry Hill (N.J.) Camden Catholic wideout Marcus Wilson. "Iowa has also offered me and Michigan said they are thinking about it."
All three Big 10 schools make Wilson's top six, along with three other programs who have already offered.
"I also like Virginia, Penn State and Rutgers," he said. "All of the schools I'm looking at have great football programs as well as education."
Wilson has already visited Iowa, Virginia, Maryland and Rutgers.
"Iowa was very nice, it was quiet out there which I like," he said. "Virginia and Maryland were also nice and Rutgers I've been to a couple of times. I hope to get out to see Penn State, Ohio State and Michigan soon."
Is he leaning towards the Big 10?
"I'm not sure, but I know I love the programs and they are all top teams," he said. "I feel really comfortable with the coaches at Iowa and I really hit it off with the Virginia coach as well, so we'll see. The conference doesn't make a big difference."
As a junior, Wilson caught 48 passes for 625 yards and seven scores on offense with four interceptions on defense. He was named all-conference, all-parochial and second-team all-South Jersey as a junior.