2014 four-star safety recruit Quincy Wilson continues to see the major offers pour in, and he received an SEC offer today after notching an offer from the USC Trojans about a week ago to add to his long list of coveted offers. Dan Mullen and the Mississippi State Bulldogs have handed Wilson an offer, and the Fort Lauderdale standout now has exactly 40 offers in his recruitment.
There is no doubt that Wilson is a wanted man for several colleges, but he currently has no leans. The Auburn Tigers, Cincinnati Bearcats, North Carolina Tar Heels, Nebraska Cornhuskers, Duke Blue Devils, North Carolina State Wolfpack, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Ohio State Buckeyes, Florida Gators, Mississippi Rebels, Purdue Boilermakers, Louisville Cardinals, LSU Tigers, Indiana Hoosiers, Arizona Wildcats, USF Bulls, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, South Carolina Gamecocks, Michigan State Spartans, UCLA Bruins, Texas A&M Aggies, Tennessee Volunteers, UCF Knights, West Virginia Mountaineers, Vanderbilt Commodores, Wisconsin Badgers, Wake Forest Demon Deacons, Maryland Terrapins, Illinois Fighting Illini, Iowa State Cyclones, and Clemson Tigers are notable schools to have offered Wilson.
That is an incredibly long list, but the University School standout has earned every single one of those offers. He is clearly one of the top 250 recruits in the 2014 football class, and Quincy Wilson is also rated by most recruiting services as one of the top 30 recruits in the talent-rich state of Florida. The speedy safety is also among the top twenty at his position.
Mississippi State has offered six uncommitted safety prospects in the 2014 class, and Wilson is the third-best of those six. The man at the top? The Bulldogs biggest target in five-star guy Tony Brown, who checks in at exactly tenth in our FanSided150 recruiting rankings. Brown is reportedly leaning significantly towards four huge programs in Texas, Alabama, LSU, and Texas A&M.
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