Dolphus looking forward to June visit

Westside-Macon High School (GA) has been the destination for quite a few college coaches this spring. The interest in receiver Steve Dolphus brought those coaches to Westside. Those visits has seen Dolphus’ offer list grow. Anywhere from 14 to 20 schools stopped by Westside to watch Steve practice. “It was nice knowing that so many schools are interested in me.”

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Westside-Macon High School (GA) has been the destination for quite a few college coaches this spring. The interest in receiver Steve Dolphus brought those coaches to Westside. Those visits has seen Dolphus’ offer list grow. Anywhere from 14 to 20 schools stopped by Westside to watch Steve practice. “It was nice knowing that so many schools are interested in me.”

One of those schools that visited was Georgia Tech. Tech likes to recruit big receivers that can catch the ball and block. Coach Ray Rychleski was there to watch the 6’5”-200 recruit. “My coach says I can put up big numbers in their offense.”

Like most receivers, Dolphus likes passing offenses, but he’s noticed how many receivers Tech has sent to the NFL. “I could definitely see myself playing there.”

Tech is one of the recent schools that has offered Steve. “They are a school I will be looking hard at during my recruitment.” Florida and Mississippi State are two other schools that Dolphus likes a lot. The most recent offer from Virginia gives Dolphus 14 offers.

Dolphus has been invited to visit Tech this summer. Steve and his family plan to visit Tech for the first time June 1st. “We’re looking forward to the visit.”

When making his decision, Steve wants to find a school where he can continue to get a good education. “I also like the big city type campus.” Dolphus has looked at the possibility of playing college ball with his older brother who is graduating from junior college. Troy and Arkansas State are the only schools that have offered both of the brothers so this may not happen. Dolphus knows that when all is said and done that he has to make the best decision for Steve Dolphus.

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