Concord (Calif.) De La Salle is on one of the most remarkable sport's streaks of our time. They have won 138 games in a row. Now, it is up to their rising seniors to carry on the winning streak and keep the legacy alive. That's pressure.
"Actually, there is no pressure at all," Cameron Colvin
said, one of the top wide receiver prospects from the West Coast. "We just go out and play. We have all been motivated to work hard in the off-season to keep that thing going. We all want to keep it alive."
Colvin, 6-2 and 193 pounds, caught 14 passes last season for 405 yards and scored four touchdowns. Those aren't bad numbers considering De La Salle was so much better than everyone else and they also had one of the top backs in the country in Maurice Drew (UCLA signee).
"Of course I wanted the ball more but man it was fun watching Maurice run. He was just incredible.
"I really believe I am a deep threat, I will go across the middle and I am fearless out there. I will do whatever they need me to do."
According to Colvin he doesn't have any scholarship offers yet but Michigan and Texas are showing a lot of interest as are Pac 10 schools like Cal., USC and UCLA.
"I want to take my visits and enjoy recruiting. I am looking at schools that feature wide receivers. Right now, I like Michigan, Texas, Oregon, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Florida and Miami."