August 26, 2012

WR, Wolitarsky names his Top 3

For wide receiver Drew Wolitarsky, his 2012 season starting off with a bang and he hopes his recruiting continues in the same manner, where the first game of the season saw Wolitarsky and his teammates launch a 42-12 win over Morningside this past Thursday.

On the recruiting side, the speedy receiver out of Canyon Country (Calif.) Canyon High School presently has offer from Arizona, Army, Minnesota, Hawaii, Nevada, New Mexico St., San Jose St., San Diego St. and Navy.

However, Wolitarsky, was candid about those schools that standout, as he was able to name his top three schools of interest.

"Army, San Jose State and Minnesota are my top schools right now," shares Wolitarsky, who went on to elaborate about the Black Knights of Army.

"I love the coach Andy Guyader he's a great guy and we keep in touch weekly. It would be stupid not to keep Army in your top list because of the benefits and perks it brings you."

So, when was the last time that Wolitarsky has heard from the Army coaching staff? "Actually, just the other day i talked to Coach Guyader," he declared. "It went good and like I said, I really like Coach G and i like West Point and what they have to offer, its just a big commitment."

One of the other schools that sits atop Wolitarsky's list is Minnesota, who according to the prospect out of California, he will be taking an official to on September 21st. It also appears that Army may be next in line for a visit as well.

"In my next conversation with Coach Guyader, I will try to schedule my official visit to Army," said Wolitarsky, who says that his chat with the Black Knights' wide receiver's coach are both candid and enjoyable.

"Well we have pretty casual conversations ... he was telling me he was looking for me during his scrimmage {laughing}, but he just tells me that they want me there and i just ask him questions about the team an what comes after."

So, what has drawn Wolitarsky to favor Army over his other academy offer, Navy?

"It's mainly because of the history behind West Point and I'm closer with the coaches there, especially Coach G."

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