Jenks, Okla. Linebacker Phillip Dillard continues to hold just two scholarship offers, but the list of schools recruiting him is a long one.
“I get stuff from schools from all over the place,” the 6-foot-2, 230-pound Dillard said. “Still, only offers from Nebraska and Texas A&M, though. There are a lot of schools who probably will offer, but they haven’t yet.”
Some of those schools include Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Tulsa.
“I really like the way the defenses play at Kansas State and Oklahoma,” he said. “They are aggressive and hard hitting. Those are defenses I could enjoy playing on. Nebraska is a good situation as well. There are new coaches there and the state is crazy about their football. Texas A&M is getting things turned back around and they’ll be up to their normal standards before long, too.”
Dillard plans on keeping busy during the early part of the summer with football camps.
“I’m going to camps atOklahoma, Oklahoma State and Texas A&M,” the all-state performer as a junior said. “I don’t know if I will be able to make it to any others, or not.”
Dillard recorded 101 tackles and six quarterback sacks last fall.