Frimpong Lands First Offer

Quarterback Jason Frimpong received his first scholarship offer. Read the report below.

Irving (Texas) MacArthur High quarterback Jason Frimpong got the ball rolling in his recruitment when he received his first scholarship offer a few days ago. Last Sunday, the 5-foot-10, 180-pound signal caller got his first offer from a Conference USA school.

"Tulsa offered me a full scholarship offer last Sunday. It was a great feeling to finally get my first offer," said Frimpong.

The Irving quarterback has also been hearing from other schools. Kansas State, Iowa, Oklahoma, Purdue, Oregon and Rice have all expressed interest and plan to keep in eye on him.

Frimpong is currently very high on Tulsa and had nothing but positive things to say about them and his offer.

"Tulsa is a great school. I went to their junior day and it felt like home. It felt like the right place for me. The atmosphere was great, everything was great."

Frimpong, who plays quarterback in high school, is being recruited to play multiple positions at the next level.

"Kansas State, Iowa, Oregon and Rice are all recruiting me to play quarterback and Purdue and Oklahoma are recruiting me as a defensive back. I want to play quarterback but I will play another position if I have to."

As far as what will be some deciding factors in the Irving signal callers recruitment, he had a few things to say.

"I want a school that has a good sports medicine and a good sports management program. I also want a place where I can play early and not red shirt. I want to feel like I'm at home away from home."

Frimpong plans to possibly visit Georgia Tech and Tulsa this summer. As far as a final decision on his recruitment is concerned, that is one of the last things on his mind.

"I'm focused on my high school team now. I want to get past the first round in the playoffs and focus on my grades for now, then I'll figure everything else out. "

He finished his junior season with 371 rushing yards and four touchdowns, as well as 654 passing yards, nine touchdowns and three interceptions

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