INKSTER, MI - There's a train of thought that, since he didn't commit immediately after he was offered, that somehow Inkster wide receiver Cameron Gordon is looking to go somewhere else, but that is not necessarily the case.
Gordon, who transferred to Inkster from Melvindale, where he was teammates with MSU freshman Anthony Woods, isn't down on the Spartans at all, if he was, why would he have made the effort to attend MSU's elite camp last week despite having transportation issues?
"I don't really have a top five or anything like that. I like all the schools that are looking at me, " said Gordon. "I just want to get around and see the campuses and everything."
Gordon said his opinion of the Spartans has not changed, he still likes them very much, but explained, "I don't want to hurry up and do it (commit) I just want to look at some more schools and weigh my options, you know."
Gordon confirms offers from Michigan State, Central Michigan and Bowling Green. Gordon said it isn't necessarily that he wants to look for a better offer, he said making sure he's comfortable is the most important thing.
"I just want to find one school that I can go to and you know (feel comfortable). I like Michigan State too, but I really haven't seen that many schools so that's why I'm waiting."
What about the Michigan rumors? Are they talking to him?
"Yeah, I would say they are. Michigan is in the picture, but I'm interested in any school that's interested in me. Teams really don't have to look at me, because there is so much talent (in state and in the country), so I'm interested in any school that's interested in me," he said.
Does he prefer to play offense or defense? "I'm a 'baller'," laughed Gordon. "I'll let the college decide where I play."
There is a chance that Gordon may camp at Illinois tomorrow, but he said if any school invites him to come to camp and work out and he can find transportation, he's there.
So don't look for a quick decision from Cam Gordon, but that doesn't mean he isn't going to be a Spartan, he just wants to take his time and be sure of the decision he has to live with for the next four years.
That's just the way the Spartan coaching staff likes it.
Gordon not down on MSU, just looking around
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