WR looks to keep string alive
Tulsa (Okla.) Washington has turned out several receivers who signed with Division-1 letters of intent over the past several years. This year looks to be another busy year at the Oklahoma high school with Robert Meachem entering his senior season.
A decade ago, Tulsa Washington's Kevin Lockett inked with Kansas State. Then a few years later, his younger brother Aaron headed to the Big 12 school too. A couple years after the younger Locket, Anthony Johnson joined a talented group of wide receivers on the Miami Hurricanes roster. Now Meachem looks to continue the string of talented wide receivers out of Washington.
"We've had a good tradition here of receivers," Meachem said. "Hopefully I can continue that."
"I'm getting calls from all over the country," Meachem said. "I'm wide open. I'm not limiting anything right now."
The 6-foot-3, 200-pounder has recently taken phone calls from Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas, LSU, Texas Tech and Missouri.
"There have been others, but those are the ones that I can recall right now. I'm also interested in Florida, Kansas State, Miami and Kansas."
While Meachem's phone has been busy, no schools have offered the Oklahoma prep star a scholarship yet.
"No one has offered yet. Several have said they will, but so far none. I wouldn't even have a decision if they had. I'm planning on taking all of my trips and then making a decision."