Versatile San Diego product Quenton Meeks will narrow his prospective college list after a visit to Vanderbilt later this summer, and Stanford will almost certainly be among the athlete's top choices. The Cardinal, certainly enticed by Meeks' ability to star in all phases of the game, offered him earlier this summer as a defensive back.
"I consider myself a great athlete, but I consider myself a better student of the game," the six-foot-two, 195 pound speedster described his game to The Bootleg Radio.
Meeks scrutinizes hours of game film, and this passion has helped him bond with new Stanford secondary coach Duane Akina, who loves to do the same.
"He's a technician, really," Meeks lauded Akina. "That's one thing that I think is so important. And he gets fired up and has that energy, and I think that's really important as well."
Meeks received his first offer from UCLA. Boston College, California, Utah, and Washington State have all also reached out with opportunities. He says that his commitment will likely come right after the high school football season, though it may also happen earlier.
Meeks' full discussion with The Bootleg Radio is embedded above. His electric highlight reel is below.
David Lombardi is the Stanford Insider for The Bootleg. Check him out at www.davidlombardisports.com and follow him on Twitter @DavidMLombardi.
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