"It just felt right," said Broyles when asked about his change in plans from not taking any official visits in state. "I'm not going to go to Tennessee and this is my fifth official visit. (He has already been to Texas A&M, Michigan State, Texas Tech and Arkansas.) The next weekend I'm going to take my parents over to Arkansas. Those are my top two, Oklahoma State and Arkansas."
The 6-0, 180-pound corner and wide receiver played this past week in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and nationally televised on ESPNU.
"It was a lot of fun except we lost the game," said Broyles. "I tried to convince them that I could play wide receiver and they said I might late in the game, but we were behind. I thought I played good, but we didn't have much preparation. We practiced twice a day for about an hour at a time. There wasn't any fundamentals, really a lot of seven-on-seven stuff. We went to the beach and hung out a lot."
Broyles said after the next two weeks that he should be very close to making a decision on where he will be attending college and playing his future football.
Recruiting: Broyles To Visit OSU
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