A Trio of Conferences Make up the Top Three for 2018 Three-Star Pass Catcher, Cadarius Gaskin

With three schools atop his list, 2018 wide receiver Cadarius Gaskin also has a trio of visit destinations in mind for over the offseason.

Cadarius Gaskin doesn't plan to pull himself off the market and join forces with a college until sometime over the summer, but says a trio of Power Five schools are really pushing the right buttons with the spring evaluation period right around the corner.

"KentuckyNC State and West Virginia are tied," Gaskin said when asked about leaders in his recruitment.

A 6-foot-2.5, 211-pound junior pass catcher out of Delray Beach (Fla.) Atlantic, Gaskin digs in a little bit deeper by expanding on the aforementioned schools with Scout.

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Kentucky: "I like Kentucky because of their offense. (Wide receivers) coach Lamar (Thomas), he is a good coach on and off the field, and I feel like I could play there."

NC State: "I love them a lot. (Wide receivers) coach (George) McDonald is a real good person. He teaches me a lot of things, like how to come in and out of my break. They're also in the ACC, so they play good teams.

"I feel like I could start and play a big role there."

West Virginia: "West Virginia is my dream school, so they're always going to be a top (school). I like West Virginia because of their offense; I feel like I could really do great things there."

Gaskin, who's armed with additional offers from Rutgers and Syracuse, has yet to take that next step by locking in dates, but dishes out a trio of schools that are in line to receive visits over the offseason.

"Virginia Tech, NC State and West Virginia," Gaskin replied when asked about upcoming visit plans.

Tagged as a three-star prospect on Scout, Gaskin reeled in 55 catches for 760 yards and six touchdowns during his junior campaign.

As always, stay tuned to Scout.


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