Rambo Names Texas Tech Early Leader

Texas Tech offered Dallas Woodrow Wilson receiver Charleston Rambo recently. RaiderPower.com caught up with the young prospect for a recap of how it went down and what he thinks of the Red Raiders.

Dallas Woodrow Wilson receiver Charleston Rambo picked up his fourth offer Wednesday night when Texas Tech threw its hat in the ring.

The 2017 prospect told RaiderPower.com the following day he likes what he’s hearing from the Red Raiders and that right now they are his leader.

“I’m just waiting right now but Texas Tech is definitely the most interesting right now,” Rambo said.

Rambo also holds offers from Arizona State, Kansas and SMU.

He said he received a call from Texas Tech’s offensive coordinator Eric Morris and he offered him right then and there. Morris visited Woodrow Wilson high school on Wednesday but Rambo missed him due to a track meet.

Out off all the schools he is hearing from Rambo said Texas Tech is going after him the hardest.

“You would think I was already committed, they are showing the most interest and we were talking like best friends,” Rambo said.

He is also hearing from Nevada, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Oklahoma State, and TCU. He added it would be nice if Florida or LSU came through with an offer because he has always liked those schools.

The 6-foot-1, 160-pound receiver started gaining attention after his breakout sophomore season when he had 33 catches for 722 yards and 11 touchdowns. With his junior and senior seasons still ahead of him, Rambo said he is just sitting back to see everything that comes his way.

Through out the offseason Rambo has been on the track running the 4x2 relay and 200-meter dash. He recently qualified for the area meet with a 23.5 in the 200.

He added that he would continue working on getting stronger and working on his routes, especially in pressure situations before he gets back on the gridiron in the fall.

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