"I don't have any favorites yet, but I'm planning on taking an official visit to SMU on September 24th. I heard that there's a big game (TCU) going on that weekend."
Most prospects look for a college that's close to home, but Latimer takes the opposite approach.
"I'm looking for a nice environment with good academics, good football, and somewhere that's a nice distance away from home - not too close."
Last night, the Broncos lost the first game of year to Clark Montessori (21-12), but Latimer had a successful outing.
"I had both of our TDs," he said. "On one of them, I ran it in when I was playing Wildcat and on the other, I caught a slant pass."
As a junior, Latimer led his team in tackles, ringing up 94 stops (65 solo). He also picked off a pass (and returned it 53 yards), forced a fumble, and recovered two fumbles.
On offense, he was the number one receiver and also averaged more than 10 yards per carry (24-260).