Dockery in no rush to decide

Rahmel Dockery is in no serious rush to make a decision and it looks like the University Place (Wash.) Curtis athlete wants to wait until his senior season to see if any other programs get involved before making a commitment.
Dockery's two latest offers are from Oregon State and Hawaii and the 5-foot-10, 165-pound prospect has Washington State and Idaho on his list as well. He's taking a long look at the recent offer from the Beavers but is considering every other team that has offered.
"I like the way they run their offense," Dockery said of Oregon State. "They use their receivers a lot and I know a lot of people that go there so it would be nice to go there. They were talking to me and so I kind of saw it coming.

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"I haven't been thinking about (recruiting) a lot but I like that Washington State and Oregon State are close to home. With Idaho, a couple of my friends go there so it seems kind of cool. With Hawaii, I have a lot of friends over there so it would be nice to go there, too."
Rivals.com rates Dockery as the No. 78 athlete nationally and in his junior season he finished with 1,100 receiving yards, 400 rushing yards and he's also an asset on special teams.
So far, he's been to the Corvallis NIKE Camp and the Washington 7-on-7 camp. He's undecided whether he'll attend any more camps before his senior year starts but there's a good chance Dockery, a three-star prospect, will take some unofficial visits.
Waiting seems like the move for Dockery, who said Washington, Oregon, UCLA, Boise State and UNLV are showing interest but have not yet offered.