EDMOND — If you didn't know any better, it would appear Edmond Memorial football star Kameron Doolittle has no interest in the recruiting process.
He doesn't take too active a role and has been very selective in the camps he has attended. In fact, while some recruits have gone from coast-to-coast since school let out, Doolittle has only participated in two camps this summer.
But don't be mistaken. Doolittle definitely cares about getting scholarship offers and is paying attention. He's made calculated judgments on going to the best camps, but he's not letting the process consume his life.
"I don't know, I've just been busy some times or was playing basketball in the winter," Doolittle said. "That's just the way it's gone, but it's OK."
You're allowed to have a laid back attitude when you have the talent that Doolittle has. Despite not being in the spotlight for most of this summer, Doolittle has earned the No. 12 spot on The Oklahoman's top 30 recruits for next season.
Doolittle has four offers, and a number of top-tier programs have shown interest in Memorial's versatile threat.
But if they're waiting for Doolittle to give them an answer anytime soon, they're going to be waiting a long time.
"It's still wide open," Doolittle said when asked if he's any closer to a decision. "I think it's still going to be a while, but you never know. This definitely hasn't been stressful, so I'm weighing all options."