"It was great," said Lakeview Centennial wide receiver LC Greenwood when asked about his official visit this weekend. "It was great to see everything Stillwater has to offer and all of Oklahoma State. It was really great to meet all of my future teammates and the class.
"It was special to see all the coaches and yes, to see why Coach (Mike) Gundy specially recruited us and brought us together. You feel like we have put something special together. It is something to talk about that, but it is more special to show why Coach Gundy brought us together and that is what we will need to do."
You might remember Greenwood. The 6-3, 205-pound wide receiver came to Stillwater for one of the half-day mini-camps and proceeded to show the Oklahoma State coaches and especially wide receivers coach Kasey Dunn and offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich what a talented athlete he was. He was a dominant performer at that camp and Greenwood will fit very nicely with fellow receivers in the class like Tylan Wallace and Braydon Johnson, ironically all three are out of the DFW Metroplex.
Greenwood had 65 receptions this season for 1,091 yards and 16 touchdowns in leading Lakeview Centennial to an 8-4 record overall and the school's furthest advancement in the UIL Texas High School playoffs as they opened the first round with a 55-27 win over Lake Highlands before losing in the second week to a powerful Beaumont West Brook team 69-45.
"Yes sir, that was the best season that Lakeview Centennial (a fairly new school) had," confirmed Greenwood saying he was proud of his role in the season.
This spring Greenwood told me he will run track at Lakeview Centennial and will participate in all the relays and run the 200 meters.