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Wed. May 29, 2013 | Matt Baker | Email

Marcus Applefield, Weeki Wachee OL (6-7, 275)

The latest: Applefield earned his 19th offer of the spring Wednesday evening, from Oklahoma State, Hornets coach Mark Lee said in a text message. The Cowboys are Applefield's second offer from the Big 12, after West Virginia. 

Offers: Marshall, UMass, Rutgers, FAU, Vanderbilt, USF, FIU, UCF, Kentucky, Virginia, Purdue, West Virginia, South Alabama, Georgia Tech, Indiana, Syracuse, Missouri, Wake Forest, Oklahoma State

Last season: Applefield was one of the top performers for a growing Weeki Wachee program. He opened holes for the Hornets’ 1,500-yard ground game and helped lead the team to three wins in the team’s first season of all-varsity competition.

They say: Not much. Despite almost a dozen offers, he’s not nationally ranked by Rivals or 247Sports. His profiles on those sites have no stars – and he’s not even listed in Scout’s database.

We say: Applefield has blown up this spring to become one of Tampa Bay’s hottest recruits. His lean, 275-pound frame projects well as a D-I tackle. The first major college recruit in program history is putting Weeki Wachee on the map. Expect more big-name offers to keep coming as colleges learn about the program and its top recruit.

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