Originally Published: Jan 14, 2010 6:13 PM CDT
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EDMOND, Oklahoma -- Edmond Memorial's Kameron Doolittle will most likely be one of Oklahoma's highest rated recruits in next year’s class. The Bulldogs star will attend the University of Oklahoma’s junior day on Saturday as one of the Sooners' top 15 prospects for 2011.
“I’m excited, it’s a huge honor to be invited,” Doolittle said. “It’s supposed to be for the top 15 prospects so it’s pretty cool.”
The University of Tulsa was the first school to offer Doolittle a scholarship. He plays quarterback for the Bulldogs but the Golden Hurricane is recruiting him as a running back. Oklahoma is recruiting Doolittle as an athlete. Even though he could play defense at the next level, Doolittle envisions himself as a receiver.
“That’s what I played my sophomore year,” Doolittle said. “That’s what colleges have been telling me that I’d be playing.”
The Sooners have not offered the Doolittle a scholarship yet but one could come as soon as Saturday. Doolittle said he and his entire family are Sooners fans and another selling point is location, location, location.
“I’d like to state in stay close to family,” Doolittle said.”But it’s wherever I fit best.”
Doolittle is also getting heavy interest from Missouri, and Oklahoma State is picking up its interest as well. OU, OSU and Misssouri are recruiting Doolittle as an athlete.
Edmond Memorial's Connor Myers is also attracting the attention of recruiters.