Manny Wilkins was one of the top quarterbacks regardless of class at the Oakland Elite 11 and Oakland NIKE Camp this spring and the San Marin (Calif.) Novato quarterback is looking for more exposure.
The 2014 prospect was named the quarterback MVP at the Oregon and Nevada summer camps and now Wilkins is focused on performing well this season to get even more recognition.
The 6-foot-3, 185-pound recruit is also looking for his first offer.
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"That's exactly what I've been trying to do is get my name out there so the recruiting process picks up," Wilkins said.
"I'm just looking forward to my junior season. High school is one of the most fun things especially playing football. It's just an amazing experience. I just want to go far and have fun with it. I'd love to get an offer during my junior season."
Wilkins transferred from Missouri City (Texas) Elkins to Novato and missed parts of last season because of transfer rules. He started the last three games of his sophomore season but it wasn't enough to capture the attention of top college coaches.
After strong performances at the Oakland NIKE events in recent months and then at some good showings at summer camps his name is starting to emerge and Wilkins hopes that will continue this season.
"I think going into my junior season the coaches want to see some tape this year," Wilkins said.
"I transferred from Texas and I was only able to play half the season in California. Getting some junior tape is going to be key for me."