Big Texas QB Lands More Offers

Patrick Witt has seen his offer list double in the last 2 weeks, and as more schools get a look at the 6-4 QB throughout the summer, the number could keep growing. caught up with Witt to get an update on his recruitment.

Patrick Witt (6-foot-4, 210 pounds), a transfer from Lilburn, Ga., will be the starting QB this fall for Wylie High School in Texas. Now that he has been able to make a few visits and get some action on the field through 7 on 7 competition, he has seen his offer list grow rapidly.

Witt was at Texas Tech last Thursday, and after demonstrating what he can do, picked up an offer from the Red Raiders coaching staff. In addition to the recent Tech offer, Witt holds offers from Baylor, Wisconsin, Purdue, Indiana, UTEP, Tulsa, and Tulane.

So far, Witt has been able to visit the campuses at Baylor, Texas A&M, Oklahoma, and Texas Tech. About Baylor's campus and his visit on May 31, Witt said he "loved it. I really liked the coaching staff a lot, they gave me a warm reception, were very hospitable."

Although Witt said he has not taken enough visits to narrow his offer list to a few favorites, he did admit "Baylor is definitely one of my favorites. Besides the football, they have a great academic program, and that's extremely important to me."

Witt stated that location was not a factor at all in his decision making process for choosing a college. Since his parents are pilots, they can come see him anywhere he chooses to play his college ball. What is important to him is "the coaching staff, the offensive coordinator, the quarterbacks coach - you know, how well I get along with the staff." He also mentioned the offensive system and playing time as primary decision making factors.

Witt's ultimate goal is to make it to the NFL, so he is looking for a system where he can develop his talent to get to that level.

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