Tennessee has offered Lorenzo Nunez and he recently visited Knoxville.
He has also visited Clemson and Ohio State this summer. Both schools have offered the 6-foot-2, 176 pound rising junior signal caller out of Kennesaw (Ga.) Harrison.
Charlotte and Kentucky have offered Nunez, but he has yet to visit those campuses. Alabama, Auburn, and Georgia have had him at their camps in 2013 and Florida will have him on campus Friday for Friday Night Lights.
Scout sat down with Nunez on Thursday and he talked about his offers, his trips to Clemson, Columbus, and Knoxville, his game as a quarterback, if he has a leader, and more.
See the full interview here:
Five offers and counting for 2015 QB
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