Oklahoma receiver holding three offers

One of the things that colleges love to see in wide receivers is size. Colleges love tall receivers that can go get any ball thrown their way. One receiver with that natural big frame, and very good athleticism to go with it, is Edmond (OK) North big man Marquis Hamilton.
So far in the process Hamilton has gotten the attention that a player with his abilities deserves. He has three written offers on the table.
“Everything is still going good,” said the 6-foot-3 inch, 210 pound receiver. “I still have the three offers from Iowa State, Tulsa and Wyoming. I am still getting a lot of mail from various schools also.”
Some of those schools include Kansas, Kansas State, Colorado, Colorado State, SMU, TCU, Missouri and Oklahoma State. And speaking of the Cowboys, Hamilton has been in contact with one of their coaches.
“I talked to Coach (Josh) Henson from Oklahoma State a week or so ago,” said Hamilton. “He said that they already have two wide receiver commitments but he said that I was their number one guy left. I don’t know if they will offer or not, I guess I will just have to wait and see how things shake out.”
According to Hamilton, Iowa State and Tulsa are recruiting him the hardest. So are there any favorites?
“No sir, no favorites right now,” he said. “I like all of the schools the same right now and I plan on waiting to take a few trips before I decide anything. I think some schools are waiting to see some of my senior film first. So I plan on waiting right now.
In addition to speaking with the Oklahoma State coach, Hamilton fielded calls from Kansas State, Tulsa, Missouri, Iowa State and SMU during the May contact period.