Imatorbhebhe drawing a lot of interest

Josh Imatorbhebhe is currently watching his brother go through the recruiting process as a rising senior and he will be in the same position this time next year...

Daniel Imatorbhebhe has committed to Missouri. He made an early decision and his brother Josh Imatorbhebhe could as well.

Daniel is a 2015 prospect and he has an impressive list and his brother is one year young -- his offer list is about equally as impressive.

Michigan and Ohio State offered the 2016 wide receiver out of Suwanee (Ga.) North Gwinnett late in May and he is not far from double-digits.

"Missouri, Nebraska, Boston College, Kentucky, Wake Forest, and Vanderbilt have offered too," said Imatorbhebhe.

Schools like Clemson, Florida State, Georgia, and Notre Dame are showing a lot of interest in the 6-foot-2, 198 pound rising junior wide receiver.

He shined at Georgia Saturday and an offer could be on the way.

"I would love to get an offer from Georgia. An offer from Georgia would be a big one for me. Georgia is close to home, I have been to games there, so I would really like to get one."

An offer from Georgia would be big to Imatorbhebhe, but he is a long ways away from naming a leader or creating a list of favorites.

"Missouri will always be in my top five because of Daniel and because I like it myself," said Imatorbhebhe. "I really do not have a list though. I know I like Missouri because my brother will be there and I just like how it is out there."

The younger brother is learning from the older one right now and like the older brother, before his senior year, he could be committed too.

"Daniel and I help each other a lot. We practice interview questions, we talk about taking the focus off of us, and we really help each other out a lot.

"I have learned a lot from him. I am taking things slow like he did and like him, I should be committed next summer. I am thinking July 2015 right now."

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