Tenn. OL Impressed with Western Kentucky

Last week Jebb Lenhart, 6-4, 295 pound offensive guard from Pigeon Forge (Tenn.) picked up his second offer last week from Western Kentucky. Find out what he thinks about the Hilltoppers program and their newly renovated facilities.

Jebb Lenhart explained, "I went to camp at Western Kentucky and I just really liked it. It is probably my top school right now from how they treated me and how the facilities are looking."

He came home with his second offer of the summer. Right now Lenhart has two Sun Belt teams in the race for his services adding his offer from Western Kentucky to an earlier offer from Middle Tennessee.

The Hilltoppers seem to be in good position with Lenhart. He reported, "It's my second offer. Right now they are probably ahead, so I'm really thinking hard about them." He went on to say, "I just like the feeling I had. It felt like they really wanted me. It felt like home and felt really good."

He said of his visit, "The coaches took me and my family out and gave us a tour of the campus with the new facilities they are putting up." One area where Western Kentucky seems to impress is their new facilities. He said of the facilities, "They are obviously the best I've seen. I have been to several SEC schools and I have not seen better facilities yet."

Lenhart is still receiving mail from several of the schools recruiting him this spring including Tennessee, Mississippi State, Southern Miss, and Vanderbilt. As far as a decision he explained, "I think I might give it a week or two to think it over. If I don't have it by then I would like to see a couple of the teams play and then make my decision."

If there is no decision in the next two weeks Lenhart will take some visits to check out a gameday atmosphere. He commented, "Both Middle Tennessee and Western Kentucky want me to visit. I plan on trying to visit both."


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