WR is still sitting on four offers

Xavier McGuire, who is the 6-foot-5, 210 pound wide receiver from Dallas will file his clearinghouse papers on Monday.
He has 10 receptions for 271 yards and three touchdowns. "We throw mainly on third down and there are other receivers on our team, so there are not a lot of receptions. We start districts in two weeks, so the opponents should get tougher and we will have to throw more," McGuire said.
He has offers from Oklahoma State, Kansas, Louisiana at Lafayette, and Georgia Tech.
He has been getting contact from Louisiana State, Oklahoma, Texas, Florida, Michigan State, Alabama, Michigan, Kansas State, Texas A&M, Baylor, Colorado, Missouri, Texas Christian, Tennessee, Kentucky, Arkansas, Iowa, and Iowa State. Miami, Georgia, Clemson, South Carolina, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Illinois, Ohio State, Penn State, Colorado State, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, Kansas State, Indiana, Purdue, Vanderbilt and Auburn are also recruiting him.
"There are a lot of scouts at the school during practices and I'm getting three to four calls a day with a lot of the schools asking for film," said Xavier McGuire. "I'm still wide open as far whose in consideration, if I'm hearing from them or they've offered they are still in the running, just because they aren't in my five visit list doesn't mean they aren't being considered."
Xavier has no visits set and doesn't plan to set his official visits until after his season is completed.
If he had to make his official visits, they would be to the following two schools for sure at this time(his comments follow):
Georgia Tech – "The passing offense that they run is good and they put the ball up a lot and the receivers are the marquee players."
Florida – "The passing offense they run spotlights the receivers."
He is not sure of his other three visits yet. "Other schools came into the picture and I changed my mind. I just don't know where those other three visits will go now. I'm not sure about my visits other than Florida and Georgia Tech," McGuire said.
Xavier McGuire said, "the most impressive coach I've talked to would have to be Coach Egan from Alabama. He has a unique style of recruiting and I liked it. We talked about how my games were going and how I'd fit in at Alabama, if I went there and he sends hand written letters."