Edward Hendrix

No. 1 D.C. WR Edward Hendrix dissects where things stand with ACC, SEC, Big Ten, Big 12 offers

Washington (D.C.) Woodson receiver Edward Hendrix holds a bundle of offers, but what does it mean?

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There was a time it seemed Edward Hendrix, the No. 1 receiver in Washington, D.C., added an offer a day, and his list now sits close to 20.

And while some of the offers -- like nearby Maryland -- come with plenty of knowledge about the program, there are a bundle of others that send the 6-foot-4, 200-pound Edwards to the nearest search engine.

"I look them up if I don't know anything about the school," the Woodson High standout said.

Hendrix spent plenty of time on google in the last month. His offer list includes Arkansas, Maryland, Michigan StateNC StateNorth CarolinaPittsburghWest VirginiaVirginia TechWisconsinRutgers and Syracuse,

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Hendrix already made trips to Maryland and Temple, and he said he "may go to Clemson" this weekend.

"They won a national title," he said. "I want to see what it's like down there."

Hendrix is also thinking about where else he wants to take a trip to in the spring or summer.

"Pittsburgh, I have to take a visit there," he said. "Virginia Tech, West Virginia, North Carolina, Michigan State,… There are a lot. Visiting is the hard part."

Since Hendrix only made two visits, it is too early for him to consider leaders. 

However, he is formulating ideas of what he wants in a school.

"I'm just enjoying this recruiting process," Hendrix said. "I just want to go somewhere that has a good education, it is a good school and where I'm going to play. I want to play as a freshman. I don't want to waste a year of college football. I want to jump in as soon as I get there."

The school he knows the best is nearby Maryland, where he his relationship with assistant coach Aazaar Abdul-Rahim is strong.

"He wants the best to stay home because most of the athletes," Hendrix said, "if they are from the city, they are right here, and you can stay home and make a difference."

Hendrix added he plans on making official visits in the fall before announcing a college decision.


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