Sugar Land (Texas) Dulles defensive end Tim Washington isn’t a man of many words. But when he does open up, he has a lot to say. Take Rivals100.com’s conversation with the four-star prospect on Tuesday night.
“I’m not really tipping my hand in public,” Washington, who is 6-foot-4 and 235 pounds, said. “But I know something in my head. I know what I want to do, but I’m keeping it quiet.”
So does that mean good news from Oklahoma, the only team that he’s visited so far?
“Maybe,” Washington said with a chuckle. “You’ll see.”
Either way, Washington isn’t in a rush to end the process, even if he has a clue as to what he’s going to do. He’s scheduled to make an official visit to Ohio State on December 13 and is still talking about maybe visiting Florida and maybe Michigan.
“You can take Miami off my list now,” Washington said. “I’ve not heard from them in a while. The Florida coaches call me about every other week and the Michigan coaches just called.”
Even though he’s made it clear that he wants to go to an out of state school, that hasn’t stopped the Texas Longhorns from pursuing Washington rather hard.
“Coach Nunez wants to come by my house or my school some time tomorrow,” Washington said. “I don’t really want to meet with him, so I might not be there. I really want to get out of state and do my own thing.”
Washington is also still recovering form a leg injury that has kept him on crutches for the past few weeks.
“I still have no idea when I can finally get off those things,” he said. “They tell me one thing and then another. I want to get off them and get back to walking on my own.”