Another Visit

Cameron Sims has options. Lots and lots of options.


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The four-star wide receiver, who hails from Monroe, La., holds over 30 scholarship offers, including, but not limited to, Ole Miss, Alabama Georgia, Mississippi State, Notre Dame, Auburn, Oklahoma State and USC.

So, it is certainly noteworthy when he makes a return visit to a school, especially when those visits come just seven days apart.

The 6-foot-4, 200-pound Sims, a member of the recruiting class of 2014, was in Oxford, Miss., for Ole Miss elite camp on Friday; this after Scout.com's No. 13 nationally-ranked receiver participated in senior camp one week earlier.

"I really like the coaches and stuff," he said of Ole Miss. "The players I can get along with and the facilities are really nice. They're still in construction, so they're only going to get better."

Ole Miss wasn't his only visit last week. He made stops at Auburn and Mississippi State, as well. He most recently visited Georgia.


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What he is looking for in a school is simple. In short, he wants "to get a feel for the coaches, the players, look at the academics and stuff like that." You know, the basic stuff.

"From Auburn, I had a good vibe from the coaches," he said. "I've got a good vibe from the coaches (at Ole Miss), and I've got a good vibe from the coaches at Mississippi State. I've had a good time everywhere."

But being a wide receiver, he predictably has a preference in the offense a school runs. Sims caught 37 passes for 917 yards and eight touchdowns for Ouachita Parish High School last season.

"A spread offense that can get me the ball at least 70 catches in a season," he said, adding that his strength is attacking the ball in the air. "When the ball's in the air, it's my instincts to go get it."

Sims said no school in particular is currently sticking out, though he said a decision will come "probably at the end of the summer, or middle of the season."

Sims reports a 4.5 40-yard dash and a 37-inch vertical jump. He is also an accomplished basketball player, averaging 18 points and 12 rebounds last season. Louisiana-Monroe has offered him a scholarship in both sports.


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