Thompkins up to four offers

When last we spoke with El Camino WR Kenbrell Thompkins (6-2.5, 180), the talented wideout had just received his second offer, but now he's up to four and he could be closing in on more. However, even with all the increased attention from schools across the country, home is where the heart is and he said his heart still remains in Gainsville, Florida.

"I just got offered by Kansas State and Arizona has also offered me so I have four altogether," Thompkins told JCFootball.com recently. "Florida was the first school to offer me and then LSU offered me, so I have some options and then schools like Oregon, USC, Florida State and Miami are all talking to me and seem to like me but they haven't offered me yet."

Thompkins is on spring break this week, so he headed back to the Sunshine State to be with his family and this weekend he plans to be in Gainsville for the Gators' spring game.

"I'm still really feeling them and they are where my heart is," Thompkins admitted. "My heart is blue and orange right now, but the reason I haven't committed yet is because I still want to find out more about them and I think I will get a lot of answers this weekend."

Does that mean Thompkins could make a decision while he's on campus?

"Anything is possible," Thompkins said coyly. "I'm not sure right now, but I'm definitely not ruling it out."

As a freshman at El Camino last year, Thompkins was one of the top players in the California JUCO ranks posting 57 catches for 1,032 yards and six touchdowns and earned All-Conference, All-Region and All-State honors.

Thompkins is a mid-year player who will sign with a school in December and he'll have three years to play two wherever he ends up.

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