Half of the 18 Ole Miss commitments kicked off their senior campaign last Friday. Several turned in…
Pinkston Remains Patient
Josh Pinkston profile "I went to Alabama and Ole Miss," said Pinkston of his summer camping trips. "They both went well. I learned a lot more technique and how to get open better. I worked on running my routes a lot." Josh looked to really sharpen his skills in attempt to have the best season of his high school career. With the Bearcats in a little bit of a reloading mode, Pinkston and his fellow seniors will be counted on to move the program forward. "We are young, but we have a big heart to never quit," said Josh. "Right now we are just picking up and trying to get better. "We have 19 or 20 seniors and we're all just trying to come together." As a senior and a college bound prospect, the young players will look to Josh to see how to act. That responsibility is something the talented wide out takes very seriously. "I am just trying to show some leadership," said Pinkston. "I am just trying to do what I can to get us a victory. That's the main thing for me." After a fast start, the recruiting side of things has slowed down a bit now that the season has started. A quartet of schools close to home are in regular contact. "I have seven or eight offers now," said Josh. "Alabama, Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Southern Miss are all recruiting me pretty good. I am hearing something from them about once or twice a week. "I am talking with Coach Davis from Alabama, Coach Nix from Ole Miss, Coach Hud from Mississippi State and Coach Bradford from Southern Miss. "I talk to all of them about the same amount. They are all telling me to keep working hard and keep my grades up." Josh reports that he feels no pressure to make a commitment now and that he plans to take his official visits before making his selection.
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