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Hawk changes it up

Copperas Cove, Texas wide receiver Rashad Hawk has had a recent change of plans. The recent commitment for Baylor from Cedar Hill wide receiver Romie Blaylock definitely has impacted his recruiting process.
Hawk, the 6-foot-3, 180-pound pass catcher, had definitely been favoring Baylor for sometime. But on top of the commitment for the Bears and his recent research this past week, he's deciding to open things back up.
"I was just thinking to myself, I need to look at all my options," Hawk said. "Kansas may be coming in with an offer and everybody has a chance right now. I'm just looking more at each school."
Hawk sat down this past week to look at a lot of schools on the computer. However, though he says he's open, he explained that if he was forced to name a favorite it would be Texas Tech.
"My dad likes them, they throw the ball a lot, and I'm really interested," Hawk said. "But again, it's up in the air and anyone can jump in the race."
Hawk says that he's going to check to see what his teammate Logan Brock is going to do for camp visits and go from there. One is in mind.
"If he goes out to UTEP, I might go with him," Hawk said. "We'll see what happens on that. I've got to see when and all that."