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Top Prospect Feels New Energy at Tech
Posted Oct 14, 2013
"I could tell there's a new atmosphere with coach Kingsbury and it was really exciting. I could tell there is a new energy throughout the stadium, with the crowd and with the players even. It was pretty cool to see how different everything was from a year ago."
hosted one of the top players in the country last weekend who said he loved the new energy around Jones AT&T Stadium and the Red Raiders program.
, ranked by Scout.com as the No. 3 QB of the 2015 class, came away impressed with what coach Kliff Kingsbury has brought to the table.
"I could tell there's a new atmosphere with coach Kingsbury and it was really exciting," Stidham said. "I could tell there is a new energy throughout the stadium, with the crowd and with the players even. It was pretty cool to see how different everything was from a year ago."
Stidham is one of the most heavily recruited 2015 prospects in the nation and holds offers from Texas Tech,
and as of Sunday,
. The 6-foot-4, 190-pound signal caller said the combination of energy in Lubbock and the coaching staff at Tech definitely has the Red Raiders in the mix for his services.
He said Baylor, Texas, Texas Tech and Tennessee are recruiting him the hardest right now.
"It's going good and everything, but I'm still completely open to anything and everything. I'm kind of waiting to see how the rest of the season plays out. For example
might lose his job and I am interested in Texas and I'm interested in a bunch of other schools, so I just have to see how it plays out."
Stidham added he probably won't even name a top five until late winter and said he has a clear idea of what he's looking for in a program.
"I want a team that wins, an offense that is really high-powered, fast, where I can spread the field and get the ball to play makers," Stidham said.
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