But if the continues to progress like he has from the time he was on UW's campus for the school's junior day to Tuesday's one-day camp, an offer for Lesure might not be out of the question.
"I've been really working on my route running and it's a lot better than it was in the spring," Lesure told Badger Nation. "I thought the camp was good. It helped me out a lot work on finishing and improving my routes. I thought the camp went really good actually."
"I really like the coaching staff," said Lesure. "They are good teachers and are helping me get better."
Finishing with 850 total yards and nine touchdowns his junior season, the 6-2, 160-pound Lesure has tailored his offseason workouts to improving his speed and agility in order to become a bigger threat in the passing game. "I want to get stronger to I can be more explosive when I run," said Lesure.
Picking up scholarship offers from Illinois State, North Dakota and North Dakota State thus far in the recruiting process, Lesure already feels a weight lifted off his shoulders, but feels pressured to work harder to garner more interest.
"It's made me realize that all I need to do this summer is get bigger and stronger," said Lesure, who also camped at Minnesota and plans to visit North Dakota State this summer. "All I have to do is go out there and play."