Five emerge at top for Kansas RB

Salina (Kan.) Central running back Jake Sharp continues to receive mail from a lot of schools, but five have moved to the top of his list at this time.
"Things are about the same," the 5-foot-11, 190-pound Sharp said. "Not much has changed for me since earlier this spring. Nobody is really talking anymore about offering than they were earlier. And none have gone ahead and offered."
Sharp will attend the NIKE camp in Manhattan, Kan. the first weekend of May.
"I'm going to Manhattan for the NIKE camp. I've talked to the Kansas and Colorado State coaches and they are going to come watch me at that camp. I'm also going to Nebraska for a one-day visit this spring during one of their camps. I'm going to do the same thing in Oklahoma for one day. I'll probably pick the testing days at both."
No one school has emerged at the top of the list for the 2004 all-state selection.
"I don't really have one school that stands out," he said. "My top five schools are Colorado State, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma and Kansas. I'm still getting some letters from Alabama and Kansas State, too. Kansas State isn't sending me much stuff. I don't know why, really. Probably because I haven't been to a camp."
As a junior, Sharp rushed for 2,330 yards and 33 touchdowns.