Ducks Among Acquired Offers For Ambles
Do you currently hold an offer from Oregon?
What kind of contact have you had with Oregon?
"I talk to the offensive coordinator (Chip Kelly) and [Coach Bellotti]...I've talked to him (Bellotti) like four times [over the phone]."
Have they talked about having you visit unofficially?
"Yeah, this [past] summer I was supposed to go back to Oregon for this 7-on-7 thing, so I might do that."
What would you say your overall interest in Oregon is?
"I'm very interested in them. I like their offense, they have the best of everything."
What would you say you most interested in Oregon?
"Right now, the offense. I haven't really had a chance to talk to them, so I don't really know that much about Oregon."
How would you describe yourself as a receiver?
"Very explosive. I can do just about everything -- go deep, short, take it the distance -- stuff like that."
Would you compare yourself to anyone at the collegiate or professional level?
What are you looking for in a program?
"Somewhere where I can play early is my number one."
Is distance a factor for you?
"No. Not at all."
What offers do you hold from other schools right now?
"I've got like 24 -- Florida, Florida State, [Georgia] Tech, Alabama, LSU, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Cal..."
Is anyone leading for you at this point?
"No. Not right now."
Are you planning on going to any camps this summer?
"Yeah. I don't know which camps, but I'll probably go to a couple of them. I don't know, I'm [also] playing baseball this summer."
Are you looking to play both football and baseball in college?
"It depends on how everything goes right now, because I just got back in to baseball."
Are you planning on going to any Junior Days?
"I don't know, I haven't got that far."
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