Massachusetts WR thinking about camps

At 6-foot-4 and 230-pounds Richard Rodgers is an intriguing prospect because he has the ability to line up at wide receiver or tight end.
Minnesota offered Rodgers not long ago, becoming the sixth school to do that. Boston College, Maryland, Notre Dame, Oregon and Cal are the other schools that have offered scholarships to Rodgers. That's quite an impressive list of schools.
"This summer I'll be going to a lot of camps," Rodgers said. "I'll probably be camping at all of the schools that have offered me."

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If Rodgers does that it means he will be on the road a lot, as the schools that have offered range from the east coast to the west coast and all in between.
He said he has been staying in regular contact with coaches from all of the schools that have offered him. Though he has built stronger relationships with some coaches than with others it's still too early for him to say that he has a favorite or even a top three.
"I'm just not sure yet. I haven't narrowed it down at all," he said.
He does believe that how much he likes each campus that he visits will be a major factor in his decision. That means he should know quite a bit more once he's done with his camp tour after the summer.