Wide receiver has consistently been one of the deepest positions in the state over the past 6 to 7 years and that won't change in 2015 either. One of the largest prospects in the 2015 class is Westwood's Adonus Lee who checks in at 6'4 183 pounds. Already a priority for a number of schools with 4 scholarship offers already in hand Lee sat down with us to catch us up to speed regarding his recruitment.
The 2015 prospect has take visits to a trio of schools already and he talked about what he enjoyed most about each program during those visits.
"With App State I like their football program and the people and coaches there."
"I really liked the facilities and location at Charlotte."
"At North Carolina everything was great there but the best thing I would say is the coaches and their offense."
Last season Lee said he had 29 catches for 500 yards and 5 touchdowns. He's hoping to improve those numbers next season and he talked about how he plans on doing that.
Being a tall wide receiver Lee says he plays to his biggest strength in being able to "go up over defenders to get the ball."
To get better and improve his game the 2015 prospect said he wants to work on "being quicker and having really good footwork."
In a day when the larger receiver is highly coveted in a lot of offenses Lee feels his game compares to one of the game's biggest stars at wide receiver.
"I feel like my game compares to Calvin Johnson. I feel like I catch the ball great and have the size although I'm just a bit smaller, weaker, and slower than him but I think one day I can get to where he is. I feel like a younger version of him."
The plan right now for Lee is to try and hit some key camps this off season to try and earn some more offers. He talked about which schools he plans on camping with to do that.
"Yes I plan on camping with Clemson, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, and NC State. I'm trying to get offers from them."
As for his senior season next year Lee shared with us what his goals are for his final run with Westwood.
"Just to have a great season and stand out among all receivers in the state and find a college that fits me perfectly."
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