Caught up with Juniper Serra High School's Jordan Lasley and talked about where he's at inthe recruiting process.
At 6'2" 186 pounds, Lasley has the height to become a real threat at the collegiate level. Pair that with a 4.51 40 yard dash time, and you've got a dangerous receiver on your hands.
Lasley is a very talented athlete who while having the ability to play on both sides of the ball, colleges are recruiting him at the receiver position.
The first colleges to bite on this kids potential and offer him a scholarship are: Colorado State, San Diego State, San Jose State, and Utah. Arizona State, Boise State, UCLA, and Oregon State are also showing a lot of interest as well.
As far as what Lesley is looking for in schools at the collegiate level: "I'm looking for a school with great coaches who can develop me into not only a great player, but a great man as well".
Attending college away from home isn't a concern for Lasley and as of right now, would like to take official visits to Utah and Boise State.
According to Lasley, "Utah is a great place, and is somewhere I can see myself calling home". Although never being to the state of Utah before, it is a place he "definitely" wants to visit.
Looking forward to the upcoming season, Lasley is looking for 50 catches, 1500 yards, and 15 touchdowns. By the time the season rolls around, he is looking to be around 190-195 pounds.
Jordan Lasley talks about his recruitment
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