Illini Recruiting Lounge - May 17

Illini Inquirer publisher Jeremy Werner gives a scouting report on Cam Thomas, weighs in on some tough scholarship offer decisions for Illinois, the impact of satellite camps and some out-of-state recruitments worth watching

The Illini Recruiting Lounge is a new feature for IlliniInquirer.com. This staff works really hard to provide as much information as possible to you diehard Illini fans to basically give you as close of an "inside look" as possible into Illini football and basketball recruiting. Basically, we want you to feel like you're right there, "in the recruiting lounge" per se.

We hope this feature gives an even closer look into the worlds of Illini football and basketball recruiting. Today, we'll once again focus on football recruiting but a basketball version is coming soon.

More details of what's inside this edition Illini Recruiting Lounge:

    • A scouting report on in-state QB Cam Thomas
    • A breakdown of scholarship offer decisions Illinois must make on several in-state prospects
    • State drying up quickly for Illini who are still playing catch up.
    • Two in-state recruitments that will be telling
    • The impact of satellite camps
    • Out-of-state recruitments worth watching
    • Plus, much more!

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