After committing early to Oklahoma State and backing on and off of that pledge this fall, Houston Booker T. Washington three-star receiver Jeremy Broadway is still looking. Maybe his hat tells the story.
“Yeah this,” he said. “I got this on my trip to Utah. I liked it.”
Broadway has also taken an official visit to Texas-El Paso, where his best friend and former teammate Brandon Jackson is a freshman. He will be visiting Wisconsin before rounding out his visits to Oklahoma State.
“I still like Oklahoma State, but I’m still looking around,” he said.
Oklahoma State assistant coach Joe Deforest will be on Booker T. Washington’s campus this week to further sell the Cowboy program.
Booker T. Washington running back Courtney Mitchell and defensive back Jamar Champ are also receiving late interest from schools.
Mitchell (5-11, 200-pounds) is an Honor Roll student and is hearing from Texas State, Wisconsin and Northwestern. Champ (5-11, 175-pound) started the season at quarterback before moving to defense. He is receiving interest from Arkansas, UTEP, North Dakota State and Colorado State.
Broadway is ranked as the nation’s No. 50 receiver by Rivals.com.