2014 four-star wide receiver Dominique Booth is a heavy target in the state of Tennessee for the Tennessee Volunteers and the Vanderbilt Commodores, and those are the two schools that Booth is reportedly the highest on. Although he missed out on our top 150 in the FanSided150 rankings, Booth is rated by the 247Composite as the 169th-best recruit in the nation and is in the 247Sports top 247 at 223. So even though Booth just missed our top 150, he is likely one of the best 200 recruits in the nation and has the offers and early interest to prove it.
The wideout from Indianapolis is highest on Tennessee and Vanderbilt, and there are other schools that have caught Booth’s eye thus far. The Michigan State Spartans, Florida State Seminoles, West Virginia Mountaineers, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Indiana Hoosiers, and Missouri Tigers are six other schools heavily in the mix for Booth’s services.
Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa State, Iowa, Purdue, Ole Miss, and Louisville have all offered Booth, and he has also received interest from Florida, Michigan, Ohio State, and Notre Dame. Dominique Booth is one of the most heavily recruited prospects in the nation, and you can expect more major offers to start flooding in.
The consensus top recruit in the state of Indiana, Booth will visit the Auburn Tigers today, as he is currently on an SEC tour after visiting Mississippi State yesterday and Ole Miss on Thursday. He will unofficially visit the rival Crimson Tide on Monday, check in with the Georgia Bulldogs in Athens on Tuesday, check out the North Carolina State Wolfpack later on in the week, visit Virginia Tech on Friday, and then he will be in Knoxville next week to take a big visit with the Tennessee Volunteers.
So you can see that the top 20 wide receiver has a busy schedule set for next week, and Booth has been taking as many visits as possible with several major programs. Thus, the interest and offers will continue to pile up, and the Pike standout has seen his recruitment rise ever since catching 67 passes for 853 yards and 13 touchdowns as a junior.