Massaquoi Lists Top Schools

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6-2, 185 pound wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi ‘s scholarship offer list has increased to 18 total offers since the Evaluation period. The Independence High School (Charlotte, NC) star isn’t overwhelmed by the amount of offers, however, and is instead looking forward to the rest of his recruiting process…however long that may be.

“It’s going to be easy for me,” Massaquoi said of his decision-making process. “We have had a lot of people who have experience with it. People I can talk to about the same situation. I know a lot of players who have gone on to college. Our wide receivers coach was recruited before too. It’s not going to be difficult. When I get a gut feeling on one school, that’s when I’ll probably decide.”

Massaquoi has been busy visiting many of the schools he’s interested in, with the most recent being the University of Georgia. He visited Georgia last Thursday with his teammate Joe Cox. Cox, the starting quarterback for Independence, decommitted from Duke and committed to Georgia on the visit.

“I had a great time [at Georgia],” Massaquoi said. “I had a chance to interract with the coaches. Everything was organized and the visit went really well. The schedule was tight.”

Massaquoi admits he is “not going to be doing anymore camps this summer. I’m not sure if I’ll take any unofficial visits either.” In addition, Massaquoi says he “does not know” if he will make any official visits.

Currently, four schools are at the top of the talented receiver’s list of schools. All have offered. UVa is included in the four despite not having ever received a visit.

“Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, and NC State,” Massaquoi said when asked if he had any favorites. “I’ve been to Georgia, Tennessee, and State. The schools are not too far away and I really like the schools.

“For UVa, basically I’m just taking my coach’s word for it. I’ve never been there. If I have time this summer I might go up there. Our wide receivers coach was recruited by them and told me they have a pretty good program. I’ve spoken with Mike Groh. Right now they need receivers and there’s a chance for early playing time.”

Of the top four, Massaquoi admitted one was above the rest.

“Georgia,” Massaquoi said when asked if any of the top