"I'm ready to go Division I," said the 6-3, 210-pound speedster that runs 4.37 in the 40.
Do they fed him good at the Clarksdale, Miss., junior college? "Not," said Kizer. "That's another reaseon I'm ready to get out of here."
He will too. This season Kizer had 38 receptions for 698 yards and four touchdowns. He is capable of so much more in a passing offense. Kizer was the object of plenty of recruiters coming out of high school in Memphis, Tenn., and he's getting some good looks right now.
"I'm visiting Oklahoma State on Jan. 13 and I'm visiting Alabama-Brimingham on Dec. 9," said Kizer, who will graduate from Coahoma in May. "I'm also being recruited by Mississippi and Miami, and Oregon has contacted me lately."
Asked if he has any connection to Oklahoma State, and he said that coach (Gunter) Brewer recruited him coming out of high school.
"I really don't have any favorite," Kizer said of the decision he'll have to make. "I'm going into this with my eyes open and going to take my visits and am not set on any one school."
He's just set on finding someplace with some good food.
Recruiting: Kizer Looking For A Good Meal
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