"Washington and Mississippi State are still my top two. Washington is a little bit ahead," said Baker.
At this time, Baker says he is not seriously considering any other schools. Washington, while several hours north, competes in Antowine's childhood favorite conference, the Pac-10. Mississippi State does battle in the rugged SEC and Baker has a family connection to the area.
"My Dad has some family in Mississippi. He is from down there. I am not sure what part they are from though," reported Baker.
Antowine says he is enjoying the last bit of summer he has left before the season starts. He will take visits sometime this fall.
"I am going to visit both schools, but I have not set anything up. I am going to make my decision after the season," said Baker.
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