Seven Lakes Prospects make the rounds.

Dalton Livingston, Steven McCormack, and Zach Voss attended the Dooley Dawg Football Camp at Louisiana Tech this past weekend.

Dalton Livingston, the starting quarterback for Seven Lakes, competed with a good group of quarterbacks at the camp. Nick Rome from Ruston, LA was in attendance as well as Brady Attaway from Whitehouse, TX. Nathan Jolley and Will Gilchrist, two of the top quarterbacks in Tennessee, also came to impress the coaching staff.

Livingston is getting interest from Houston, SMU, Texas Tech, and South Florida. He says the coaching staff at Tech is pretty cool and he really liked Tech offensive coordinator Frank Scelfo.

Steven McCormack, a wide receiver for Seven Lakes, also enjoyed the camp. "I liked it a lot," said McCormack. We got a lot of reps and I really liked the intensity."

Linebacker Zach Voss joined his teammates in Ruston. Voss is getting heavy interest from ULL and was hoping to get noticed at Tech.

Another linebacker from Texas in attendance was Cy-Fair's Michael Daronch. Daronch came to the camp after talking to Tech signee Josh Parrish. Parrish told Daronch about Louisiana Tech and Daronch decided to check it out for himself.

Daronch, a 6-0 205 linebacker, runs a 4.6 in the 40 and is being recruited by Utah, BYU, Florida, and Mississippi State along with Louisiana Tech.

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