WR Cagers stock rising

Wide receiver Lawrence Cager has seen his stock rise significantly over the past few months. A number of schools have recently thrown their hat into the ring for the Towson (Md.) Calvert Hall star and a few are standing out.
"Wisconsin, Arkansas, Illinois, Marshall, Boston College, Youngstown State, Delaware, Coastal Carolina, Iowa, Purdue, Towson, Appalachian State and Albany are my new offers," said the 6-foot-5, 200-pound Cager. "I don't have any top schools I just have schools that I like. Ohio State is a school that I've liked growing up. Rutgers shows a lot of love. They aren't top schools, per se, but they are schools that stand out."
Cager has five visits planned right now and is close to scheduling a sixth.
"I'm set to camp at Ohio State for their Friday Night Lights camp and I've been recently talking to Miami," he said. "I'm supposed to be camping at Tennessee, Kentucky and Alabama. I'm going down there with my training group. I'm going to Virginia Tech on July 14, Alabama on July 16, Tennessee on July 17 and Kentucky on July 18."
Two of those schools might offer Cager with a good showing at camp.
"Tennessee and Kentucky could be close to offering," Cager said. "They've been talking to my coach and I a lot. If I do well at the camp hopefully I come out with an offer."
Those are the only visits Cager has planned at this time.