RECRUITING: Virginia WR has OU near the top

Fork Union, Va. wide receiver Brandon Caleb talks about his summer schedule and interest in Oklahoma.

Brandon Caleb, WR, 6'2, 195, 4.45, FORK UNION MILITARY, VIRGINIA:

JH: Are you going to any camps this summer?

BC: "I am probably going to the Florida camp on June 12, but I might just go down there for a day."

JH: What are you doing to train this summer?

BC: "My family and I are moving to Atlanta and I am going to train all summer. We have a gym in our apartment complex and I am going to lift weights in there."

JH: Are you going to have to find some guys to throw the ball around with?

BC: "Yeah, I will have to find somebody that can throw the ball around, but my brother also lives in North Carolina and he played defensive back in college. He has some quarterbacks that live around him and I am going to spend part of my summer with him and work on catching the ball."

JH: So no camps or unofficial visits for you? You are just going to get ready for the season?

BC: "Yes, sir. I am just going to get ready for my season."

JH: What are your thoughts on recruiting right now?

BC: "Right now I like Oklahoma, Florida, Miami, Virginia Tech and Georgia Tech quit a bit."

JH: What are your thoughts on Oklahoma?

BC: "They are pretty high on my list. I have talked to their coaches (Coach Wyatt) quite a bit and they are talking to me about getting out there this summer to see their campus. Oklahoma is doing well and they are always winning, plus they had three wide receivers taken in last years NFL draft. I think right now OU is preparing wide receivers better for the draft than any other school."

JH: What is important to you in recruiting?

BC: "I want to play for coaches who are building a team atmosphere and doing everything they can to do what is best for the team. It is important I get into a program where I can develop as high as I can develop, but I also want to play in a program that presents a family atmosphere."

JH: Since you travel to go to school anyway, is not going to be any big deal for you to go to college away from home?

BC: "I am used to it, so that is not going to be anything new."

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