Detroit Douglass 2013 athlete Demetrius Stinson has started to make some noise on the recruiting scene after a standout junior season and strong performance at the U.S. Army Junior Combine in San Antonio earlier this month.
Heading into a weekend junior day visit to Toledo, Stinson talked about which schools are showing the most interest at this stage of the process.
"Right now, I would have to say Michigan State, Toledo and Wisconsin is up there too," Stinson said. "They have just been sending me a lot of letters of interest."
Stinson has not been able to visit Wisconsin yet, but he has been out to see Michigan State and talk with the Spartan's coaching staff.
"I was at Michigan State's junior day last month," Stinson said. "It was a pretty good environment to me. I liked how they broke everything down according to positions, then they all came together as one and broke it down as a whole. It's like a family up there."
Stinson has yet to pick up his first offer, but he does plan to attend summer camps at Toledo, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan State and Central Michigan in order to earn offers.
The 5-10, 195-pound Stinson has the ability to play several positions at the college level. He most enjoys running back, but could also be a receiver or defensive back. As a junior he totaled 1,471 rushing yards and 22 touchdowns on offense, and added 35 tackles and five interceptions on defense.