It has been a busy spring for Longview, Texas wide receiver Dorian Leonard. The 6-4, 200-pound three-star standout picked up his sixth offer when San Diego State extended a scholarship offer his way and schools like Texas and Oklahoma State each made their presence felt.
Leonard currently holds offers from Florida State, Oklahoma, Oregon State, San Diego State, Texas, and Texas Tech. Two of those schools have emerged as leaders.
"My top schools right now are Texas and Oklahoma," Leonard said. "Both of them are kind of close to me. Oklahoma, I know they have the educational program. They told me they have tutors throughout the week and they have a certain amount of hours to study. Texas, I already know they're ranked academic-wise and stuff like that. And the offenses they run they told me they have like three receivers on the field at one time so I might have a chance of playing."
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He is not naming a leader between his two leaders at this time, but he has thought about when he would like to reach his decision.
"Me and my mom have talked about it," Leonard said. "I want to make my decision at the beginning of the season, but she wants me to wait until November or December."
Between now and then he does have a busy summer scheduled. He will take the ACT which he has scheduled for June 8, and there are a few football related events on his schedule as well.
This summer I'm going to be working out a lot trying to get faster and stronger," Leonard said. "There is supposed to be a Texas Tech camp in Longview, and I might be going to Texas on June 9 but I'm not sure yet."
He does not have any camp plans for Oklahoma at this time, but mentioned he may look into it. He has also been invited to camp at Oklahoma State who has recently been showing strong interest in his abilities.