Lindsey has already made one trip to the campus of the University of Oregon in June to attend The Opening Regional Football Camp which was held at the Autzen Complex on June 15th. He followed that trip up to The Opening Finals held on the Nike Campus in Beaverton.
Strongly regarded as one of the top players for the class of 2017, Lindsey had been awaiting an Oregon offer since the start of the 2017 recruiting cycle. In addition to Oregon, he now holds offers from Arizona State, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, UNLV, USC, Utah and Washington.
In addition to being a wide receiver, Lindsey sees action as punt returner. He is a very swift runner and has the ability to cut quickly to evade defenders. He is a dynamic presence on the field, capable of scoring anytime he has the ball in hands. Despite being a junior in high school, he could be the top player on the West Coast this season and judging by the offers he already holds, is indeed a hot commodity.
Bishop-Gorman plays its first game of the season against another Arizona perennial powerhouse, Chandler on Saturday, Aug. 29 and will be carried by ESPN. The following week the Gaels head to South Jordan, Utah to play Bingham.
Duck fans may be especially to follow the BG-Bingham game as Oregon's first verbal commit for the 2017, Langi Tuifua, is one of the starting defensive ends for Bingham.
Bishop-Gorman travels to the Northwest to meed Bellevue on Sept. 11, for another ESPN broadcast game. The next two weeks following has BG playing to California teams in home games, first at home against Long Beach Poly then the following week against Servite.
Bishop-Gorman is ranked as the No. 4 team nationally in MaxPreps' pre-season poll.