QB Wilson Long Decommits from Texas Tech, Talks Recruiting Interest

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Austin Regents 2020 QB Wilson Long (6'0, 180) was one of the standout quarterbacks at The Opening Dallas. 

"I was super excited to come out here again," Long said of the camp experience. "There were a lot of great players out here, so I was super excited to compete with them."

"I threw pretty well. There were a few throws I wish I could have back, but I feel like I threw pretty well overall. I just want to keep working on fundamentals -- it never ends -- so I just want to keep working there."

"I am capable to throw accurately and quickly, and I can run," Long continued about his strengths as a player. "I can throw the deep ball. I can use my feet to get out of situations, broken plays and different things like that. I spend  a lot of time studying film and investing time into the game to be prepared." 

Long was at one time committed to Texas Tech and Kliff Kingsbury, but he announced his decommitment from the Red Raiders on Monday. 

"Coach Kingsbury was an awesome coach, I loved getting to know him," Long said. "I love Texas Tech a lot. Everything about it is awesome."

"Baylor is talking to me. Oklahoma State, Kansas, Indiana, North Texas, and Houston."

"I think seeing me throw will definitely help (with offers)," Long added. "Maybe camps this summer and workouts will build confidence that they would like me to be their quarterback."

Long reports that he patterns his game after former Penn State QB Trace Mcsorley. 


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