Boswell Still Holding One Offer

Pittsburgh hosted Greenville (SC) High School at their 7-on-7 tournament this past summer. With a slew of talent returning, will they make it back to Pittsburgh this summer and did the trip help to catch the eye of the coaching staff?

Despite hauling in over 130 balls for more than 2,100 yards and recording 25 touchdown receptions last season, Greenville (SC) native Lamarckus Boswell continues to sit on just one offer.

"Things haven't really picked up for me," Boswell said, "South Carolina and North Carolina had said they were gonna offer and they might have, but right now the only one I know of is Kentucky. I'll have to talk to my coach to see if any others have."

Boswell was first discovered last summer, when he dominated 7-on-7 tournaments at Pittsburgh and Kentucky alongside his talented teammates Nathan Pepper, Jordan Sorrells and Travil Jamison.

"Auburn, South Carolina and Pittsburgh have picked it up - ya know they visited and they are calling school a bunch."

Kentucky was the only school to bite on an offer this past year and they remain to be the only school to have had extended a formal offer to the 5-foot-10, 175 pound wide receiver.

"Yeah, they've already offered and everything," Boswell said of Kentucky. "I visited there, I like the schools, the facilities, the coaches. They are, like, the only school that really wants me, right now."

But that could be worth very little, as many speculate it's only a matter of time before a school adds their name to the ring, once the dominoes begin to fall this football season.

Among the schools that he'd like to hear from; "Auburn, Oklahoma, Florida State, Miami and USC," Boswell responded, "if Southern Cal offered me, I'd commit right now."

Although small in stature, Boswell describes himself as an intelligent football player capable of changing outcomes.

"I'm a smart receiver," Boswell said. "I read defenses very well and get into the seams and read the coverage very well. I'm real good against quicker guys and I like contact and don't shy away from it."

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