"I just got invited to the Kentucky versus Louisville All-Star game, so I'm going to wait and see how that goes," Oxendine said.
Oxendine has shown ample versatility this season, rushing for a team leading 504 yards and nine touchdowns. He's also caught 23 balls for 313 yards and two more touchdowns. Defensively he's picked up 25 tackles and three interceptions. He believes all his effort this season and his chance to play against other high caliber players will get the attention of coaches.
"I feel like I can play up to my ability with other good players around me," he said. "This is a good opportunity to show that I'm better than what most D-1 coaches think. For me, it's time to prove a point," he finished.
Oxendine and Tates Creek will finished off the regular season tomorrow night against Lafayette.