Top wide receiver Marcus Washington revealed his top ten schools today. The four-star pass catcher is a star at Trinity Catholic in St. Louis.
247 has Washington at No. 61 overall in its composite rankings. He’s the No. 10 wide receiver in the country and the No. 2 recruit in Missouri.
The only prediction logged in the site’s crystal ball has him heading to Michigan. That doesn’t appear to be in the cards.
The Wolverines have offered Washington, but didn’t crack the list he put out today. Two of their Big Ten rivals did, however.
Ohio State and Penn State are featured in the top 10. They are joined by Alabama, Florida State, Iowa State, Missouri, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, and USC.
Marcus Washington dropped the top 10 on Twitter.
— Marcus Washington (@_MarcusW11) March 7, 2018
It appears to be anyone’s ball game for the big recruit. Here is his note posted with the top 10 reveal:
“First off I would like to thank all the coaches that have recruited me and gave me a chance to play at their program. I would also like to thank both my parents and brother for helping me further evaluate the schools in this process, with that being said I will be cutting my list to these 10 schools.”
Washington has 35 total reported scholarship offers. The majority are from power five programs.
Last month, Washington attended Oklahoma’s Junior Day event, and checked out Mizzou. He also went to Junior Day at Illinois, but the Illini did not make the cut here.
Mizzou was the first team to offer the blue-chip receiver. That came all the way back in August 2016.