July 30, 2009
Don't let Doollittle's Name Fool You
When looking around the state of Oklahoma in the class of 2011 it's clear there is big-play potential from Idabel to Guymon, highlight reel touchdowns from Altus to Miami. Perhaps no player better embodies that than Edmond Memorial budding star Kameron Doolittle.
The 5-foot-10, 170-pound prospect emerged onto the recruiting scene as a sophomore but in 2009 figures to be a focal point of the Bulldogs offense. Recently during the Oklahoma Showdown Doolittle showed why he figures to be a guy the state will know by the end of the year.
"I think the showdown went pretty well, our offense was looking pretty good. On offense we have a few guys really stepping up, Nelson Medeiros, Cale Obert, and Jeff Balkenbush."
So far Doolittle has faced only a few of the problems that often plague highly-recruited prospects but as he visited multiple camps this summer that day could soon be coming.
"I went to OSU one-day camp a few weeks ago, I couldn't really tell how I did though," he explained. "The quarterbacks up there weren't really good so in one-on-ones we didn't get a chance to catch many passes.
"I also was at the Tulsa team camp and they said I have an offer afterwards. It was pretty cool, it was like a dream, I remember when I was little I always said that I wanted to play in college but when that happened it was just cool to know I'd have the chance.
"I think I did really good at the Oklahoma camp, like in the one-on-ones. I caught every pass, I felt really good after that."
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