Fort Scott wideout hauls in first five offers

Fort Scott WR Stanley Jean-Baptiste (6-3, 212) has become a very hot commodity this spring as no fewer than five schools have already offered the talented sophomore. caught up with him recently and he was able to update us on things…

Five schools have already extended offers to Jean-Baptiste – Nebraska, Memphis, Northern Illinois, Middle Tennessee and Arkansas State – and he thinks more could be on the way.

"Toledo, Oklahoma, Missouri and Southern Miss have all told me they like me a lot, but they haven't offered yet," Jean-Baptiste told recently. "I redshirted last year, so a lot of schools want to see me and what I can do."

Jean-Baptiste didn't qualify out of high school so he enrolled at prep school.

"I didn't get cleared by the (NCAA) Clearinghouse in time, so, even though I signed with Colorado, I still had to come to Fort Scott."

After redshirting last season, Jean-Baptiste said he's ready to show the football world what he can do.

"I can do whatever they need me to do," Jean-Baptiste said matter-of-factly. "I mean, I can go deep because of my speed (4.4), but I can also be physical because of my size and I've improved my routes, so I'm a lot better at running across the middle when they ask me to.

"I've been working on my strength and my blocking, so I'm real confident I can do it all out there."

Jean-Baptiste is on pace to graduate in December and he'll have three years to play two wherever he ends up.

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