“Recruiting has been going pretty well,” said Bo Hines. “I have been to a lot of good camps this summer. I have camped at Duke, Wake Forest, North Carolina, and Northwestern.”
Hines is waiting on his first scholarship offer, but believes that will change soon.
“I think my first offer will come from Duke or Wake Forest,” he said. “Duke told me that they were going to speed up my offer process when I was at their camp. Their receivers coach told me I was the No. 1 wide receiver on their board. Coach (Lonnie) Galloway from Wake Forest told me that they were going to offer me this fall. Those are two schools recruiting me the hardest.”
Interest in Hines in not limited to those four schools.
“I have talked to Ohio State, Purdue, Indiana, and some MAC Schools,” he said.
While Hines is finished with summer camps and visits, he does plan to take some trips this fall.
“I am definitely going up to Duke or Wake (Forest) for a couple of games,” he said. “I also might go to Ohio State and maybe Northwestern.”
Although it is early, two schools are already sticking out for the 6-foot-1, 190-pound playmaker.
“I like Duke and Wake (Forest),” Hines said. “They are probably my top two schools.”
“Wake Forest is a good academic school. I also really like coach (Lonnie) Galloway and I know in college you spend a lot of time with you position coach.”
“I really like coach (Matt) Lubick, who is the receivers coach at Duke. I also really like coach (David) Cutcliffe. Duke is also a very good academic school.”
Hines has high goals for his junior season.
“As a team, we only have one goal and that’s to win a state championship,” he said. “Individually, I would like to be all-state."
Hines will play both running back and slot receiver this fall. He said his coach wants him to touch the ball 20 times a game. Hines bench presses 275 pounds, squats 425, and run the 40-yard in 4.46 seconds.