Womack Updates His Recruitment

Matt Womack was admittedly a little frustrated when his first offers seemed just out of reach. With several offers now in hand and more on the horizon, the Magnolia Heights big man is loving life. The spring evaluation period has been good to the rising senior, but some schools are still interested in seeing more before they offer.

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Several SEC schools have been to see Womack in recent weeks and more schools plan to stop by before the spring evaluation period ends.

"South Carolina OL Coach (Shawn) Elliot had to cancel last week, because of weather," said Womack. "He told my coach that he would get down to see me before May 31st.

"Coach (Matt) Luke from Ole Miss came by Friday.

"He said that he has two more OL spots open and that he wants me at the prospect camp on June 6th.

"I am still hearing a lot from Mississippi State. Coach (John) Hevesy wants me at the Big Dawg camp on July 18th.

"LSU wants me to come to camp on June 9th.

"Arkansas wants me come to their camp on June 12th and Oklahoma State on June 14th."

Needless to say, many schools have made the trip over to Senatobia, Mississippi to get a glimpse of Womack in action.

"All of the schools that have offered have come by," said Womack. "Louisiana-Monroe, Cincinnati, Nicholls State, (Mississippi) State and Ole Miss have all been by, so it's been busy.

"My dad that if one of them ends up offering me, that the others will too.

"A coach from Purdue told me that they're going to have a big meeting about who they're going to offer the first of June.

"A coach from Kansas State told me that they are old school and a little slow to offer, but that they really liked my film."

While some schools are still doing their due diligence, a few are ready to ramp their recruiting efforts to a new level.

"Right now the head coaches from Southern Miss, Memphis and Louisiana Tech are all recruiting me hard," explained Womack.

At this point, Womack denies a leader and plans to take in his summer camp trips before narrowing the field in anticipation of making his college decision.

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