Emmanuel Spann is a 5'11 165lb, WR prospect out of Westlake High School in College Park, GA. He has excellent speed, and has picked up his first offer already.
"I like MTSU, Florida, North Carolina State, South Carolina, and Clemson. Middle Tennessee has offered me a scholarship. I really
like their coaches, the academics, and their offense."
Spann grew up a Florida State fan, but he's currently leaning to their
rivals at the University of Florida.
"I like Florida the best. They have a passing offense,
and I want to catch alot of balls. I'm really looking the most at academics,
environment on campus, and weather. I love that Georgia heat. I don't want to
play in the cold."
Emmanuel told us what he thinks he does best to this point,
and what he can improve upon.
"I can make defenders think I'm going one way, and change
direction really good. I can always catch the ball better, and get stronger as
Westlake is coming off a very successful 9-3 season. They
return 12 starters and look to have one of the best teams in region 5-AAAA. The
Lions have some serious beef up front and Emmanuel Spann gives them a legitimate
big playmaker on the outside. He should have a very good senior season.
Atlanta Speedster has first offer
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