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Illinois Football Recruiting: South Florida Offers Dominique Booth

2014 wide receiver Dominique Booth received an offer from the South Florida Bulls on March 10th. This brings his total number of offers to twenty.

The other teams to have offered at him include: Boston College, Florida State, Missouri, Tennessee, Louisville, Indiana, Michigan State, Mississippi State, California, Cincinnati, Illinois, Iowa, Iowa State, Kentucky, Ole Miss, Purdue, Vanderbilt, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

It is projected that Booth is heavily interested in the Florida State Seminoles, the Tennessee Volunteers, and the West Virginia Mountaineers.

Also, he has not received offers, but is receiving interest from the Ohio State Buckeyes, the Alabama Crimson Tide, the Clemson Tigers, the Florida Gators, the Georgia Bulldogs, the Michigan Wolverines, the Minnesota Golden Gophers, the North Carolina State Wolfpack, the Nebraska Cornhuskers, the Northwestern Wildcats, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, and the Stanford Cardinal.

Booth is a 6’1″, 195 pound wide receiver from Indianapolis, Indiana. He is currently a junior at Pike High School.

The Pike Red Devils made it to the Class 5A Indiana State Playoffs.

After winning their first round game by a single point and winning big in their second round game, the Red Devils were crushed in the quarterfinals by Lawrence Central, 21-49.

As a junior in 2012, Booth racked up 853 receiving yards on 67 receptions and 13 receiving touchdowns.

The four-star recruit is currently ranked 1st in the state of Indiana, 29th among wide receivers, and 230th nationally among 2014 high school recruits by 247Sports.

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