Right now Shaedon Meadors of Byrnes High School is one of the state's leading receivers and he holds double digit offers. While he continues to pile up big numbers for the 5-1 Rebels larger schools are starting to take notice of the play maker at wide receiver. We caught up with Meadors for a quick update to talk about his most recent visit to an SEC school.
"I went to visit Vanderbilt this past weekend."
So how was the visit to Vanderbilt? We asked Meadors how things went on a scale from 1-10 and what all he was able to see while in Nashville?
"I'd say a 8.5. It would've been better if they had won."
"I got to tour the new indoor facilities and I got to meet with the coaches which was really nice. They say that they really like me and what I bring to the table."
Meadors says coach Gattis is his primary recruiter for the Commodores.
Vanderbilt has not offered Meadors at this time but if they were to offer we asked Meadors what it would mean to him.
"It would me a lot! It is the SEC so that would be big."
With offers already from Appalachian State, Hampton, Marshall, Old Dominion, Toledo, Towson, Tulane, UNC Charlotte, and UT Chattanooga other new schools continue to take a look at the explosive Meadors. With Vanderbilt in the mix an ACC school has stepped up their interest in a big way for Meadors in Wake Forest.
"Yes sir Wake Forest has come on pretty strong lately. I'm planning on visiting with them very soon."
Right now thru 6 games Meadors has 35 catches for 752 yards and 15 touchdowns. Those kinds of stats show his ability and propensity to take the ball to the endzone at a high rate once he latches on to the pigskin. Averaging 21+ yards per catch and 125 yards per game Meadors is the team's leading receiver in a corps that boasts at least 3 prospects who will play on the college level.
As mentioned before the Rebels are 5-1 right now and Meadors has a clear vision for the rest of his senior season.
"I just want to get better, get more offers, and help my team win a state title again."
As for college coaches Meadors says that he's still wide open to all schools and that his grades are good to go. Last year he reported a 4.437 GPA and says he has made all A's thus far during the first 9 weeks term.
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