Dominique Booth checks in at 6'1 and 195-pounds from Indianapolis (IN) Pike High School and has 11 verbal offers at this time including Michigan State, Illinois, Cincinnati, Kentucky, Purdue, Iowa, Iowa State, Missouri, Indiana, Ole Miss and Wisconsin. California, Tennessee, Stanford, Nebraska, Michigan, Ohio State and Florida all could be offering within the next four weeks. Booth made the drive down with his father and gave us his impression's of the Gators.
"Friday when we first got there I had a chance to meet all the coaches except the head coach. I talked to the wide receiver coach and he talked about watching my film and how he liked it. He talked about how Florida would prepare me for the next level. Then I spoke with Bryant Young and he explained to me where they are in the process and after they get through Friday Night Lights they will sit back down and rank all the wide receiver's and let me know where I'm at."
The Gators made a big impression on Booth.
"Everything I saw was very impressive seeing the locker room and equipment room and stuff like that. We had a chance to meet the strength coach and he talked about what he believes in and how he looks at growth from body fat percentages and how you base strength off your legs. Then we went around campus and everything looked nice and up to date. I also had a chance to meet with the academic advisors and there was no let down there so it was real good."
Booth decided to participate in the camp session and feels he is better because of things he learned.
"I thought the quarterbacks were great they were big and all had strong arms. I really liked it there, coach Hill put us through great drills and he brought up really good points that I liked when we were running routes so I really felt I got better just being there one day. The humidity and heat got me a little bit but it was good being down there. It is something that I would get used to if I went to Florida."
Booth talked about some of the factors he will use to make his decision.
"My major, coaching staff, wide receiver coach that teaches and a great offense that gets the ball to the playmakers are things I will look for."