Luke Wilson

Churchill wide receiver is an interesting possibility.

Many believe that once the National Letters of Intent are signed and sent in that recruiting is over for the year. While the recruiting class most likely done for scholarship players, there is another category of student-athlete that makes up a significant number of an active roster, and those players are walk-ons. Walk-ons are treated the same in terms of recruiting that scholarship players are and to be a preferred walk-on means that the coaching staff has invited the player to join the team.

 Luke Wilson 

Hello Luke, have you had any contact with the new Oregon Duck football staff?

LW: Yeah, a little bit of contact here and there.

Did you sign with PSU today?

LW: No, I will not be signing with them.

When was the last time you talked with them? What coach has been your main contact?

LW: Today (2/1/17), and I have been talking with Coach Heyward.

Do you have any interest in Oregon?

LW: Oh yeah definitely interested.

Have they offered? Do you think they are close to offering?

LW: I do not think they will offer

How did Coach Heyward conversation go? What did you talk about?

LW: We talked about them potentially making a move, but he also asked about a PWO (Preferred Walk On). Just wanted to get some insight about how I was feeling.

What your current height and weight? What position do you want to play in college?

LW: I am 6-5, 225 and I am not sure what position in college I can play most spots if I learn the fundamentals and keep working to improve my skills and knowledge.

Do you want to play basketball too?

LW: I would like to be a dual sport athlete, football and basketball.

Any visit set up?

LW: Plan on visiting Hawaii soon.

Was this your first year of football?

LW: Yes it was, I played in 6 games, was not able to before due to knee problems when I was younger.

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