WR Dontrelle Inman
6-4, 185, 4.5
Batesburg-Leesville High School
Batesburg, South Carolina
Dontrelle Inman, a member of Scout.com's Top 30 juniors in South Carolina, had an outstanding junior season playing on both sides of the ball for Batesburg-Leesville. "I had 31 catches for over 400 yards as a receiver. I had six interceptions on defense," Inman told CUTigers.com in a recent interview.
The talented athlete recently competed against some of the nations top juniors at the U.S. Army combine. "I really enjoyed it. I think I did real well also. I enjoyed going 3-on-3. I got to show what I can do on the field against some of the top cornerbacks," stated Inman.
When asked if he has any early favorites in the recruiting process, Inman responded, "I like Clemson, South Carolina, Florida State and Miami.
"Right now I am waiting on my first offer. I am getting interest right now from South Carolina."
Don't expect an early commitment from the two-way standout. "I will probably wait until after my senior season. I want to take my visits before I make a decision," stated Inman.
What are the strengths of the rising senior? "I am best at going deep. My hands and my route running are also strengths. On defense my cover skills and my ability to go after the ball. I am also a good tackler," he said.
"Next year I am going to work on my speed. I will also try to add some strength."
Inman already has a good idea where he will camp next summer. "I would like to go to Furman, Miami, Georgia Tech and the Nike camp."
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