First things first for Indiana WR

Indianapolis (Ind.) Franklin Central wide receiver Donald Washington is wanted man on a number of college coaching staffs' list. But the first thing he says he wants to take care of is his senior football season.
"Things are about the same," Washington said. "I haven't gotten any new offers. I'm putting college aside a little right now. I haven't looked too far ahead. I haven't really narrowed things down."
Washington has scholarship offers from Indiana, Wisconsin, Illinois, Eastern Michigan, Miami of Ohio, Stanford, and Duke.
"I'm looking at all the ones that have offered me," Washington said. "And Ohio State's still recruiting me. And Florida. Purdue is still recruiting me."
"I couldn't tell you who I'll visit. Most of the schools that offered are calling me each week."
"I'll start going to some games later on."
The 6-foot-1 and 175 pound Washington caught 47 passes, averaged over 17 yards per catch, and scored eight times during his junior season. During the first four games of his senior season Washington has close to two dozen catches with three touchdowns.
Washington is the No. 9 overall prospect in the state of Indiana in the player rankings.