Corona, Ca. prospect Tyjon Lindsey is planning on revealing his top 10 schools soon.
Top recruits from around the nation are in Las Vegas this weekend for the Pylon Las Vegas National 7v7 – the premier 7v7 tournament in the West.
One of the prospects participating in the action is 4-star wide receiver Tyjon Lindsey, the nation’s No. 4 wideout and No. 27 overall recruit.
Lindsey, who’s being pursued by several powerhouse programs across the country, including Ohio State, Oklahoma, Texas A&M and USC, plans to drop his list of top schools in the near future.
“#ESPNJr300 WR Tyjon Lindsey said he’ll release a top 10 soon. Mentioned Auburn, Texas A&M and Washington,” ESPN Pac-12 recruiting reporter Erik McKinney tweeted.
Lindsey has unofficially visited the Aggies and Huskies. He also attended the Trojans’ junior day in February.
Buckeyes wide receivers coach Zach Smith has been in hot pursuit of Lindsey, already paying him multiple visits. Lindsey is the type of dynamic player Urban Meyer likes to feature in his offense. He’s a weapon on offense and special teams, and is elusive with the ball in his hands.
Note: Scout.com rankings and ratings used in this article.