Brownsburg (Ind.) wide receiver Charles Torwudzo has two in-state programs in the lead for his commitment, Purdue and Indiana. The 6-foot-5 target went into the spring evaluation period with his focus on the Hoosiers and Boilermakers. As June approaches, both programs have held their ground.
"Those two stick out right now," Torwudzo said. "The more and more I talk to their coaches, it makes the decision harder. I am getting a little closer to a decision. It is between those schools right now. However, things could change over the summer because I am going to do some one day camps. I want to make sure I don't rush into a decision."
Purdue and Indiana have offered scholarships. Torwudzo also has offers from Ball State, Bowling Green, Eastern Michigan, and Illinois state. He may earn more offers before a decision is made. Torwudzo said he hopes to attend one day camps at Illinois, Oho State, Cincinnati, Louisville and Kentucky this summer.
"Last week, the wide receiver coach from Illinois came to my school," Torwudzo said. "The Louisville wide receiver coach came in yesterday. A lot of coaches talk about my size. I am a physical receiver. I can go up, get the ball and make the catch. I have good speed for a big receiver, and I am working on my quickness."
Charles described what he is looking for in a school.
"Obviously location. I want my family to be be able to watch me play football. I want a good football program that looks to be on the rise. And education of course. The whole point of me playing football is to get a great education. If football goes beyond the college level, that is a blessing."
Torwudzo plans to study business or telecommunications.
He caught 25 balls for 450 yards and three scores last season. He played is just seven games before breaking his fibula.