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Ole Miss Football: Arkansas offers Shawn Boone

The Arkansas Razorbacks offered a three-star 2014 safety from the prestigious Dwyer High (Palm Beach Gardens, Florida) in Shawn Boone, who has also received several other major offers from around the country. Boone is one of the top 150 recruits in the state of Florida, and the three-star safety is currently wide open in his recruitment.

Boone also holds offers from the Mississippi Rebels, North Carolina State Wolfpack, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, South Florida Bulls, West Virginia Mountaineers, Florida State Seminoles, Indiana Hoosiers, Iowa State Cyclones, Syracuse Orange, Boston College Eagles, Mississippi State Bulldogs, and Washington State Cougars. He certainly has a long list of quality offers, and it will be interesting to see if in-area school Miami decides to extend an offer; the Hurricanes do have interest in Boone.

The 5’10”, 185 pound Dwyer safety is ranked by the 247Composite as the 85th-best safety in the country, and he was visited by a coach from the Minnesota Golden Gophers recently. Boone could also be set to receive an offer from Minnesota in the near future, but the Gophers most likely won’t be a factor in Boone’s recruitment. He has received an explosion of offers recently with three notable offers in the past three days from Syracuse, Rutgers, and Arkansas in chronological order.

Florida State and West Virginia are two big offers in Boone’s recruitment, and it will be interesting to see if USF can be a big threat to the big in-state power involved. Ole Miss and now Arkansas are two big SEC offers for Boone, and the Razorbacks have now offered 13 uncommitted safety recruits in the 2014 class.

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