Silverdale (Wash.) Olympic running back Larry Dixon had another solid season, rushing for almost 1,750 yards, but he still waits for his first offer to come in.
“I’m still waiting for that first offer,” said Dixon. “I’m hearing from schools like North Dakota, Washington, Central Washington and Idaho but no one has really talked offers. They’ve been asking for senior film. Idaho calls me every week or two.”
Dixon said all of his interest is coming as a running back.
“I’m not really getting recruited for defense,” said Dixon. “It’s all running back.”
One of the leading rushers in the state the past two years, Dixon has expressed frustration in the dearth of interest.
“No one has given me any signs that would lead me to believe that an offer is coming,” said Dixon. “It’s frustrating and a little disheartening because I feel like I’m putting up good numbers but nothing good has come my way. So hopefully something will come my way.”
The 5-10, 215-pound Dixon finished 2009 with 1,748 yards and 26 touchdowns and caught three more touchdowns.
“I would like to take some trips if I can,” said Dixon.
Academically, he’s got a 3.2 GPA and scored a 1090 on the SAT.