Wingo does it all

One of the top prospects in the state of Missouri will be everywhere on the field for his team this fall. Raymond Wingo figures into the offensive, defensive and special teams picture.

Raymond Wingo from St. Louis (Mo.) University says that his team just had their scrimmage. This fall Wingo will be all over the field for his team on both sides of the football and also doing the return duties.

"We just had out Blue-White game," Wingo said. "I thought that we played well. I will be lining up at quarterback, wide receiver and running back on offense. I will be playing cornerback on defense and I will be doing punt returns and kick returns.

"I am not going to lie, I think that we have a very good team this year. This team is definitely capable of making it to state playoffs and making a run at a state title."

With the season comes talk about recruiting and taking official visits. Wingo says that he hasn't given any thought to his visits. He says that he plans on focusing on his season and not taking any visits until after the season.

"No, I haven't thought much about any official visits. I don't plan on making my decision until close to signing day, probably in January, and I will wait to make my official visits until after the season so I can focus on my senior year."

One might believe that Arkansas will definitely get an official visits from Wingo. At this moment he says that he honestly doesn't know and says that it is important for him to make his own name at whichever school he chooses.

"I really don't know. I am trying to make a name for myself. Arkansas is in my top six to go along with Nebraska, Michigan State, Tennessee, Iowa and Indiana."

The Huskers made the No. 98 wide receiver's final six and says that he has really developed a solid relationship with the Nebraska staff. He said that one of the Nebraska coaches called his school recently and he was due to call another assistant from Nebraska soon.

"I have been staying in touch with the Nebraska staff a lot. I recently heard from them when one of their coaches called my head coach to talk to him. I think that it was Coach John Garrison.

"I haven't spoken with Coach Garrison before. I have been talking to Coach Terry Joseph who is the secondary coach. I actually have to talk to him soon."

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Bryan Munson has worked with Big Red Report for 11 years covering recruiting and football and has covered Nebraska recruiting for 13 years.
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