Lamont Baldwin picked up his fourth scholarship offer this week, the receiver from Washington (D.C.) Archbishop Carroll announced on his Facebook account this week.
Alcorn State is the latest school to give Baldwin a chance to play college football, joining Hawaii, Hampton and Toledo, even though Baldwin hasn't played high school football for the last two seasons. He missed the 2011 season after suffering a severe head injury during a 7-on-7 passing camp the previous summer.
Baldwin was reclassified to play as a senior in 2012 but hasn't been completely cleared by doctors to return to the field. Baldwin committed to Hampton earlier this month. He also plans to run track in college.