Five-Star QB List Noles In His Top Three

Grand Prairie, Texas QB Rhett Bomar will be on his way to the Elite 11 Quarterback camp in Las Angeles on Wednesday. It is no surprise that Bomar is among the finest 11 quarterbacks in the country, and many feel he is the top quarterback in the country. Recently on WKY Radio in Oklahoma City, I had a chance to speak with Bomar about his trip to Florida State and get the latest on his recruitment.

JH: How was your trip to Florida State last week?

RB: "It was great trip for me. I have never been down there and I have always wanted to see their campus, because I have always liked them since I was a little kid. It was great to get down there and see the place and meet everybody. It was a real fun trip."

JH: Did you go there to work out or was it more of a sightseeing trip?

RB: "I got down there on Tuesday and I just walked around and looked at everything. They gave me a tour, you could say. Wednesday morning was the last day of the camp and I threw a little on Wednesday morning. My throwing session lasted only an hour or so and that was just about it."

JH: Now that you have been to Florida State does that change your perception of the Seminoles?

RB: "They have always been up there, but now that I have seen them first-hand and met the coaches and all, it certainly puts them up there and helps them out. I have been to all these other places quite a few times, but I have never been to Florida State before. I wanted to go down and see it for myself and get a different perspective on it. I would say it helps them out."

JH: As you get ready to go to the Elite 11 camp, how would you say recruiting shakes out for you?

RB: "There are a number of schools that I like, but I would say the top three are Oklahoma, Texas and Florida State. Right now, at this poin,t it is probably those three, but there are still some other schools that I am looking at as well. I would say right now that those are the top three schools.

JH: Do you feel like you need to cut your recruiting totally down to three schools so that you can concentrate on just those three, or will you continue to deal with the other schools as well?

RB: "It just depends on when you are going to make your decision. When you are getting closer to your decision you will probably cut it down to a just two or three schools. Until that point you just try to keep your options open and listen to everybody."

JH: Are you close to making your decision at this point?

RB: "No, I don't think I am yet. But like I said, I do think I have a top three."

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