Camden (N.J.) Woodrow Wilson athlete Antwine Perez is arguably the hottest player in the state of New Jersey these days, with offers from top programs rolling in. Who's the latest to offer the 6-foot-2, 200-pounder?
"I've got offers from Michigan, Ohio State, NC State, Virginia Tech, Tennessee and my latest is from Southern Cal," said Perez. "NC State wants me as a quarterback and everyone else wants me as a safety. I don't have a preference."
Perez had 58 tackles and five interceptions as a junior while throwing for 1,700 yards and 14 scores on offense. He was named all-conference, all-Group and all-South Jersey for his efforts.
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"He's the real deal," said Woodrow Wilson head coach Mike McBride. "He's very smooth in whatever he does and just has that feel you need and the instincts to be a natural football player. Almost everyone who has seen his film has offered."
Perez will attend the NIKE Camp at Penn State on April 30 and the Blue Chip Combine at Rutgers University on May 2. He will also be at the Rivals.com Junior Day at Rutgers on March 26.
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