Columbus (Ind.) East receiver Duwyce Wilson has been working hard this summer to get in front of more coaches and pick up more offers. So far the plan has worked like a charm.
"Purdue offered me three weeks ago," Wilson, who is 6-foot-2 and 175 pounds, said.
"I went up there to visit. They offered me while I was there. I could see myself there, it's a very nice school. They have great academics and a great campus."
Wilson had talked about making a decision early around his birthday, but now he says he thinks he'll wait things out.
"Right now it's not looking like I am going to commit around my birthday," he said. "I am just not comfortable with any school right now. I am just going wait till after my high school football season if I don't feel comfortable by my birthday."
Wilson also has offers on the table from Cincinnati, Indiana, Iowa and Wisconsin. He's also getting heavy interest from Illinois, Kentucky and Notre Dame.
"I really don't have a favorite right now," he said. "Cincinnati and Indiana are two schools I visited the most out of all of them, though.
"My visits to Wisconsin and Iowa went great, too. I went to Wisconsin first. Looked around and took a little tour. It was really nice. Iowa was more than I expected. I wasn't ready for that. It was so far, and I didn't really get to research them a lot. I learned a lot when I was there. There academic program it's one of the best. I talked to their academic counselors and they let me know the opportunities they have there."
Wilson said he's happy with the schools recruiting him and wouldn't trade them for anybody else out there.
"I am kind of just liking the schools that I have heard from and just appreciative of what I have," he said.