The number of schools lining up for 2019 four-star receiver Theo Wease continues to grow as the 6-foot-2, 189-pounder has accumulated almost 20 FBS offers.
Texas and Oklahoma are two schools Wease plans to visit this semester, along with LSU, which has not yet offered Wease, but could be close he said. Wease added that the Tigers are definitely a school he hopes to add to his offer list.
Offensive line coach Derek Warehime recruits Wease for the Longhorns, who offered Wease on Jan. 24.
"He's telling me it's just a great program and how they'd love to have me there," Wease said. "I could see myself being a Longhorn one day, so you know I've got to go check out the campus for sure."
Wease has already visited Norman to check out the Sooners, who hosted him on a recent junior day.
"I'll probably be back at OU soon," said Wease, adding that assistants Cale Gundy and Lincoln Riley recruit him for the Sooners. "They're basically telling me they want me to keep the legacy (of good receivers) going. After DeDe they have some more receivers coming in like Charleston Rambo and CeeDee Lamb. They just want to keep the legacy going with big receivers."
With Wease being only a sophomore, he has plenty of time to consider his offers and any new ones that will come along. One thing that could ultimately be a factor, as with any recruit with numerous national offers, is distance from home.
Will that be a factor for Wease?
"As of right now, I don't know if I wanna go far or stay close to home," Wease said. "I'm a mama's boy, to be honest, but that could change."
Stick with Scout as we continue to follow Wease's development and recruitment.