Carlos Thompson is getting plenty of attention from some very competitive programs, so where does Baylor stand? BearsIllustrated.com caught up with him to find out.
What schools have made you offers so far?
"Ive gotten a lot. I know Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Vanderbilt, Baylor, University of Memphis, and Auburn for sure."
Are there any teams on that list you are currently favoring?
"My top four are Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Vanderbilt, and Baylor."
What have you seen that you liked in Baylor?
"The coaching staff and the strength trainers. I also like the school and they have nice facilities. I also got to meet some of the players and I liked them too."
What other factors do you think will play into where your college choice?
"I'll probably get help from my parents and go wherever I feel like its the best fit for me."
Have you attended any junior days or camps or do you plan to this summer?
"I went to Mississippi State and Ole Miss junior days. As far as camps I think probably Ole Miss camp and Mississippi State Friday Night Lights."
What do you think your biggest strength is? What about your weakness?
"As far as my strengths, I'd say speed and quickness mainly. My weakness is probably trying to get inside the tackles because I'm really a speed guy."
As far as a final decision, do you have a time frame on when you would like to make a move?
"Sometime toward the end of this season."
Carlos Thompson Names Top 4
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