"I don't really know right now," Dawson said of his school list. "I'm just keeping my options open right now," he finished.
Dawson does have an idea of what he's looking for in the school he chooses. "Academics are important," he said. "I'm looking for playing time and the conference is important," he continued.
At this point in the year, several schools are sending out their offers to junior prospects and setting up visits. Dawson has already made a visit to Kentucky for their Junior Day last month, so he won't be attending Junior Day in Lexington this weekend, but he will be visiting with Louisville this weekend.
Even with a few visits under his belt, Dawson still plans to take his time with his decision. "I plan to decide after my senior year," he said.
In the meantime, Lamar will continue to improve his game and try to continue his dominance from last season and the season before. As a sophomore, Dawson has 160 tackles, including 16 for a loss and an interception. As a junior Dawson improved those outstanding numbers with another 176 tackles and 23 for a loss with two interceptions.
"I just want to get faster and stronger," he said. "My best asset is my technique. I know how to use angles to make plays," he said.
Lamar Dawson is a three-star prospect according to Scout.com.
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