Oregon State the Fourth School to Offer Longview’s Dorian Leonard
Longview’s Dorian Leonard received his fourth offer and second of the past few days when a Pac-12 program extended an offer Saturday morning.
The 6-foot-4, 200-pound receiver got an Oregon State offer, according to Longview coach John King. The offer from the Beavers joins the Florida State offer he received Monday afternoon as his two most recent offers. Leonard’s first two offers were Oklahoma and Texas Tech.
Leonard had 21 catches for 444 yards and four touchdowns in 2012, when Longview went 9-4 with a Class 5A Division II Region II semifinal appearance.
King recently said that Texas is also heavily interested in Leonard, who is expected to be Longview’s top receiver in 2013. Sophomore quarterback Dezmond Chumley will have a talented group of big receivers, including Leonard, 2014 member Jordan Whitaker (6-4, 190), and 2015 member Antonio Carter (6-5, 205).