He moved to a new school this off season. And though there was a learning curve, Spring (Tex.) Westfield wide receiver Tyrie Cleveland got plenty of work in this off season with his new team.
“Off season went great, it was awesome. I got better and was learning every day,” Cleveland said.
And though the Westfield team has always boasted a strong running attack, with Cleveland being added with the receivers already on campus, it should make for a solid offensive attack.
But where does Cleveland see himself as a contributor? Scout.com asked if he was the No. 1 option.
“Hopefully. This off season I worked a lot on my footwork and route running,” Cleveland said.
This off season has been equally as good away from the North Houston program as well. It didn’t take long for the 6-foot-3, 180-pound Cleveland to show college coaches from several schools that he is a guy who needs to be on their roster for the class of 2016.
He made camp stops at Texas, LSU, Texas Tech and Texas A&M. The latter program mentioned has already offered Cleveland.
To date, he holds four with Louisville, TCU and Kentucky being the other three. Of the stops he made this off season, he said that he “liked all of them” equally. And he would like to make follow ups to a few as well.
“I hope to get invited to some games this season. I want to see Texas, Alabama, Texas Tech, Baylor and Texas A&M,” Cleveland said. “I hope to get out to these schools and take a look around. I’m just glad to have this opportunity. It looks like my hard work is starting to pay off.”