4-star WR is high on the Cowboys

4-star WR is high on the Cowboys

2012 Lewisville (TX) Hebron receiver Kiante Griffin will likely be one of the top wideout prospects in the lone star state. The 6-foot-1, 205-pound playmaker has almost a full year until he will be signing a letter of intent, but one school already stands out to him. Scout.com has the latest!

2012 Lewisville (TX) Hebron receiver Kiante Griffin will likely be one of the top wideout prospects in the lone star state. The 6-foot-1, 205-pound playmaker has almost a full year until he will be signing a letter of intent, but one school already stands out to him.

"Right now Oklahoma State is my favorite school followed by Texas A&M, LSU and Texas Tech," said Griffin.

Griffin was on hand in Stillwater this past season to witness the annual rivalry game between the Cowboys and the Sooners. He enjoyed his visit and saw a lot that he liked about the Cowboys and their program

"I took a visit there when they played Oklahoma. The game was really awesome. I like how they have a really balanced offense and their coaches are real cool. I also got to take a tour of their facilities and they are amazing. The coaches told me that I remind them of Dez Bryant and (Justin) Blackmon."

The four-star receiver has yet to land his first scholarship offer but he has been hearing from multiple programs including LSU, Texas A&M, Oklahoma, Baylor, USC, UCLA, Alabama, Auburn and Oregon.

He hopes to be able to make it back to Stillwater for the Cowboys upcoming junior day this weekend.

"I want to try and make it to their junior day this weekend. It's all going to depend on whether my mom has to work or not. If she has to work then I won't have a ride."

Griffin registered 291 receiving yards and a touchdown in limited action (missed five games due to injury) as a junior. He is currently running track and hopes to improve his speed and quickness for his upcoming senior season.

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