The recruiting process has been good to Shreveport (La.) Woodlawn three-star defensive back Donovan Wilson. The 6-foot, 180-pound defender has been offered by Grambling, Louisiana-Lafayette, ULM, Memphis, Southern Miss, and Tulane, and has been busy on the camp circuit this summer.
Wilson has hit the road this summer to attend camps at Texas, Oklahoma, Baylor, as well as the camps of the schools who offered. All gave him positive feedback but he is not done yet with camp stops planned to Baylor and LSU in July.
At this point in the process, he is taking in all the information he can and does not have any leaders.
"Not really, I like all of them," Wilson said. "I just don't have a leader yet. It's equal."
It does not appear as if he is any hurry to name a favorite either.
"I'm going to take the process real slow," Wilson said.
While he is not in a hurry, he does have a few things he is paying close attention to as he attends camps and visits campuses.
"Just education and the way all the coaches interact with players," Wilson said.
On his travels he has worked with a few coaches he particularly enjoyed.
"Coach Thacker from Southern Miss, coach Akina from Texas, and coach Norwood from Baylor," Wilson said. "They were just into it."