2014 wide receiver recruit Dominique Booth is an extremely talented wideout from Indianapolis, Indiana and is 6’1″, 195 pounds. He received an offer from Ole Miss a few days ago and has received quite a bit of interest early on in his recruitment. Booth is one of the top receivers in the 2014 class, and he will be visiting Tennessee and has received much interest from some SEC schools.
The Pike HS star earned All-Conference Honorable Mention last season after hauling in 46 passes for 585 yards and five touchdowns. His uncle, Isaac Booth, played DB for the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns.
Dominique Booth already has an insanely high amount of interest and many offers, which is rare for a 2014 football recruit. Cincinnati, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Iowa State, Kentucky, Michigan State, Ole Miss, Missouri, Purdue, and Wisconsin have all offered him.
Booth has also received interest from California, Alabama, Louisville, Michigan, Minnesota, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, Tennessee, and Virginia Tech.
It is good to see that Cal has interest in the supremely talented wideout from the Hoosier State, and the NFTC Columbus standout likes Cincy and was impressed with an unofficial visit to Missouri. The Wisconsin offer was yet another one from a Big Ten school, as Michigan and Iowa are also eyeing Dominique Booth.
On the 22nd of June, Booth will be camping at Ohio State, as they are yet another Big Ten in on his recruitment. Coach Kerry Coombs visited him a little over a week ago, and he is impressed by both rival schools (OSU and UM).
The basketball star and top 2014 WR recruit is one of the hottest recruits in the midwest and among Big Ten teams, and Dominique Booth is receiving even more interest outside of the region. Cal is the only Pac-12 team in on his recruitment at this point, and we’ll see how the talented recruit’s recruitment advances within the year.