Three-star WR CeeDee Lamb visits Texas as the Longhorns beat Kansas State

The state of Texas is loaded with skill players and in 2017 it will be no different. At 6-foot-1, 170-pounds, wide receiver CeeDee Lamb is not a household name, not yet. The three-star standout checks in from Richmond (Texas) Foster. Lamb was able to brave the weather this past weekend and visit Texas as they hosted Kansas State.

After starting the season 1-4, Charlie Strong and the Texas Longhorns have things going in the right direction with back to back wins over Oklahoma and Kansas State.  Even though the weather was not suitable for many visitors one player in the class of 2017 made the trip despite the rainy conditions.

 

“It was a great experience getting to see how the University of Texas got to work,” Ceedee Lamb said.

 

“My strengths are the ability to attack the ball and the jump ball,” Lamb said.  “I am dangerous in the open field, and weakness would be blocking.  I’m good at it, but I can become better.”

 

Lamb is not a household name among recruiting fans, but he is with college coaches.  He has multiple offers and is expecting more.

 

“Houston, Kansas, Illinois, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State,” Lamb said have extended verbal offers.

 

Right now, Oklahoma and Oklahoma state are showing Lamb the most attention.  Arkansas, Notre Dame, Oregon and Texas are showing interest in the Foster standout.

 

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2014: Lamb's sophomore season saw him snag 18 passes for 304 yards and four touchdowns. 


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