QB D'Vontrey Richardson
Lee County High School
The dual threat quarterback would like to continue to be a leader in college. "I want to play quarterback. That's big. Georgia says they will let me try quarterback. If I don't make it they will let me play somewhere else. Clemson wants me at quarterback. They run the same offense that we run. I like that offense," Richardson told CUTigers.com in a recent interview.
The talented gunslinger already has many impressive offers. "My offers include Georgia, Clemson, Florida State and Ohio State. I also recently got an offer from Louisville," stated Richardson.
When asked if he has any favorites or a leader, Richardson responded, "I don't really know yet. But I do like Clemson a lot."
The talented athlete has not been able to visit any schools this spring. "Yeah I am playing baseball. I haven't been able to take any visits because of our schedule. I am going to try to go to Georgia this weekend though," said Richardson.
The summer camp plans are also not complete yet. "I'm not sure about where I will camp yet. I know we are going to Clemson for the seven on seven camp. I am going to try to go to Ohio State. It's a long way though. I would also like to go to Florida State this summer," said the star signal caller.
The prize recruit plans to start thinking more about his football future in a few months. "I will probably start working on naming some leaders once baseball season is over. I will have more time to think about my decision then. I will also work on that this summer."
The 6-1, 205 pound prospect also wants to play with his Lee County teammate WR Lavalle Parker at the next level. "We are looking to play together," stated Richardson.
What will the Georgia standout be looking for when he selects his school? "I will look at the academics. I will also be looking for a place where I can get early playing time."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding quarterback from Georgia, right up through signing day 2006.
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