Schools still watching Winfrey

Thomson (Ga.) offensive tackle Martrell Winfrey is waiting on his first scholarship offer, but several schools are keeping in touch with the big lineman.
"Right now, everything is going pretty good," Winfrey said. "We just started practice Monday. I'm staying in touch with a lot of coaches and getting and a lot more mail. Indiana, Kansas State and Central Florida all have been keeping in touch."
Several of those schools are far away from his hometown, which is located near Augusta, Ga. That suits Winfrey just fine.
"You got to do what you got to do," he said. "As long as my education is paid for."
The 6-foot-6, 330-pounder did not attend any summer camps at colleges.
"I worked out and ran at our school," he said. "At our school, we have a little workout session every day, they have us run and hit the sled and things like that."
Winfrey says most programs have told him they have held off on offering because they want to see him play some during his senior year.
"They are waiting to see senior film," he said.
Winfrey has goals for the forthcoming season.
"My goal is just to dominate," he said. "I've been working hard, gotten stronger, faster, quicker."
The three-star rated Winfrey is the Peach State's No. 48 overall prospect, according to the Georgia Top 50.