"I don't have any offers right now," Taylor Antle said. "I am hearing from Oklahoma State, Vanderbilt, Tulsa, Missouri and Kansas State."
"Oklahoma State, TU (Tulsa) and Vanderbilt are probably my favorites."
Antle played quarterback in 2006 due to their injured starting signal caller.
"I didn't get to play much receiver because our starting quarterback was injured," he said. "I passed for about 1,000 yards and rushed for 1,000. I am really a receiver. The schools are recruiting me as a receiver. I am not much of a quarterback. I was just doing what I had to do to help my team."
"I would describe myself as a big receiver. I am tall and can really catch the ball. I am not one of these speedy receivers. I am more of a possession receiver."
Antle knows what he is seeking in his college choice.
"I am looking for facilities and the type of degrees the school offers. I want to get an agriculture degree. Location is also a factor," he said.
Antle was selected first team All-District Utility as a junior.
Taylor Antle, from Foyil, (Okla.), talked with Scout.com about several of the schools staying in touch with this wide receiver prospect. He also names three favorites.
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