It looks like Tulsa (Okla.) Booker T. Washington quarterback Collier Winters has suddenly become more of a hot target. After already landing early offers from Air Force, Houston, Kansas, New Mexico and Utah State, the 6-foot, 185 pounder picked up another offer on Tuesday and recently took an unofficial visit to one of his favorites.
Last week, Winters, the No. 18 player in Oklahoma, visited New Mexico and liked what he saw.
"He met with Rocky Long and Bob Toledo," Kevin Winters, Collier's dad, said. "Coach Toledo told him when he arrived at UNM they were recruiting two other quarterbacks whom he did not like. He saw Colliers film and told them to go get him. That was a great complement.
"He was also surprised and very impressed with the facilities, school and town of Albuquerque."
The new offer came in Tuesday from Frank Solich at Ohio. The Bobcats hardly fray into the Midlands Region to recruit kids, but when Winters expressed interest in the school, it didn't take long for Solich and his assistants to offer.