Baton Rouge (La.) University Lab 2016 cornerback Malik Antoine currently holds offers from Akron, Cal, Louisiana-Lafayette, and Oklahoma State, and the interest continues to roll in from across the country.
"I was recently offered by Oklahoma State I guess two or three weeks ago, and I've been hearing from a lot of schools," Antoine said. "I've been hearing from Stanford, Arkansas, Notre Dame, and a lot of people."
The 5-foot-10, 180-pound defensive back is not ready to declare a leader, but one Big 12 school has gone a long way to leave a strong impression.
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"I don't think any schools are separating but I definitely had a great time at Oklahoma State," Antoine said. "I love the coaching staff, I love the facilities. It's just a great time."
In addition to offering, Oklahoma State has also stepped up their interest and their communication, but which program is showing the most interest?
"Definitely my recent offer, Oklahoma State," Antoine said. "They're showing me a lot of attention. And Cal and ULL, they're constantly keeping up with me and keeping in touch. I guess Oklahoma State is showing me the most attention."
Malik Antoine was named defensive back MVP at the New Orleans Rivals Camp Series, was named to the Top Underclassmen List at the Hattiesburg RCS, and he participated in the Rivals250 Underclassmen Challenge in Jacksonville. He plans to camp at TCU on Friday and he will also camp at LSU later in July.