WR Jamal Patterson Profile
6-2, 190 pound wide receiver prospect Jamal Patterson picked up another impressive offer last week.
"I got an offer from LSU this week," he said. "They offered on Thursday. That was a surprise."
The talented athlete stayed home this weekend to compete in a track meet.
"I had a track meet so I didn't go anywhere this weekend. I finished in first place in the 300 meter hurdles," said Patterson.
Three SEC schools are on tap for the next few weeks.
"I will be heading to Georgia on April 5. I am going to Alabama on the 12th and on the 19th I will go to South Carolina," said Patterson.
When asked about his current favorites, Patterson responded, "I don't have any yet. With schools like LSU coming along I am going to wait it out."
The Georgia standout isn't sure about summer camps.
"I haven't picked any yet. We do a lot of seven on seven with our team. We will be busy with that this summer," said Patterson.
Which other schools are showing a lot of interest but have not offered?
"North Carolina and Georgia are two. I'm not sure if Georgia will offer this weekend or not. It would be great through," replied Patterson.
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