The Latest: Class of 2019 Mountain View, Ariz. wide receiver JaCobby Dinwiddie burst onto the scene with a monster sophomore season that saw him put up more than 1,200 yards while playing opposite of Arizona State signee Curtis Hodges. The two made for quite a duo in high school and now may have the opportunity to do it again in college. Several programs, including the Sun Devils, have entered the early mix for Dinwiddie. Rivals.com caught up with him at the recent Los Angeles stop of the Rivals 3-Stripe Camp Series to get the latest on his blossoming recruitment.
In His Words: “Right now I have four offers, Arizona State, Arizona, Washington State and Michigan State. I picked them up right after the season. The coaches came by my school in December and my coach showed them my film. It was my first year on varsity and I had a pretty good season and my coach said they were impressed.”
On which schools are keeping in touch: “I hear from Arizona State and Arizona the most. That’s where I live so it makes sense.”
On visits: “I went to a game at Arizona State and I really like how they don’t give up. When they get down they don’t just quit. I went to the game against Cal and they were down but in the second half they came back and won and that was great to see. They throw the ball a lot and I always like their quarterbacks, they always have good quarterbacks and that’s what helps them have a great offense every year.”
Rivals Reaction: Dinwiddie said he’s hoping to see several schools come through during the spring evaluation period, giving his list a chance to grow even more. In the meantime he said he’s planning on camping at several schools this summer, giving him a chance to get to know the schools that offered and see the various campuses in person.