As a senior, Sherman Lang played quarterback and passed for 900 yards and 12 touchdowns. He was named the offensive player of the year for his league. As a junior, he had 27 receptions for 421 yards. Lang is being recruited specifically as a receiver for the next level.
The next player to send in his letter of intent was Kentucky prospect Quintin Borders.
As a senior, he had 46 pancake blocks and six touchdown blocks in only his second year as an offensive lineman. On defense, he had 21 tackles, three sacks, two pass break-ups, and two forced fumbles. Borders was named first team all-city on offense. He was also an academic all-state selection.
After Borders, came Wes Simon who had more offers than any player in the class.
As a senior, he had 96 pancake blocks on offense. On defense, at tackle, in three games, he had 14 tackles (three for losses), three sacks, two fumble recoveries, and one forced fumble.
As a senior, he had six touchdowns on offense and was named first team all-state (2A) at linebacker.
The Buffalo Sports News will have all of Coach Dan Hawkins' comments on this recruiting class in a story later this afternoon.
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