Three-star WR hopes for Iowa offer

Iowa is currently leading for a three-star wide receiver but he's still waiting for an offer from the Hawkeyes.
While most of the schools in the MAC have already offered Madison Heights (Mich.) Madison wide receiver Danny Larkins, the three-star prospect is favoring Iowa and is in talks with the Hawkeyes.
The 5-foot-11, 185-pound prospect from the Great Lakes State said on Wednesday that he has spoken with the Iowa coaches upwards of ten times since the beginning of the recruiting process. There's a solid relationship between the coaches and the prospect and now he's just hoping for an offer.
"I'm probably going to try to get out to Iowa, Vanderbilt and Purdue this summer," Larkins said. "They're just all saying they want me to camp but they also just want me to get out there to see if I like their campuses.
"I'd say Iowa has shown the most interest. Out of all the schools recruiting me I would say Iowa is my favorite."
Larkins noted that Bowling Green and Toledo are probably his favorites out of the schools that have offered.
All of the schools recruiting him are asking him to play wide receiver except Eastern Michigan, who prefers him as a defensive back.
"I'll probably make a decision after my senior football season. It will probably be on National Signing Day," he concluded.