Midwest City, Okla., athlete Antonio Brown made an impact on both sides of the ball as a junior. And now the 5-foot-10, 170-pounder is getting some serious looks and some serious offers.
"I just got an offer from Tulsa," Brown, who had 71 tackles and two interceptions as a junior, said.
"I'm also going to get offers from Kansas State and Iowa, but I'm pretty wide open. I don't have anyone at the top so far."
Brown will check out both Oklahoma and Oklahoma State this summer at camp. He said he has talked the most lately with the coaches in Manhattan and Stillwater.
"I would say that I talk the most to OSU and Kansas State," he said. "Kansas State's coaches are really cool. They have some pretty cool coaches. They're just laid back and relaxed. I talk to the offensive coordinator (Dave Brock). He's really cool. He's recruiting me the most. He's recruiting me as a defensive back and slot receiver."
"I talk to OSU the most, though. I talk to coach (Tim) Beckman and coach (Jason) Jones. I like them a lot. I would have to say coach Jones impressed me the most. OSU is going to come to watch me in spring ball and Kansas State will, too."
Brown said he's hearing from Texas Tech, Iowa State and Colorado. He said most schools are looking at him on the defensive side of the ball, but he's open to playing on offense.
"Most everybody is recruiting me as a defensive back, but Iowa State is recruiting me as a slot receiver," he said. "I want to be comfortable with the people and the environment. I want to be comfortable with how they use me and I want to get playing time my first year.
"I would say the best thing about recruiting is you get to talk to a lot of colleges. The worst is you can't really talk to them a lot until about June of your senior year."