SEC school shows interest in Lamaison

Last year, Mt. San Antonio QB Nick Lamaison (6-1, 205) was led the Mounties to the brink of the California state championship and since he was a full-qualifier out of high school he was hoping he could leave after one season. For a while it's looked like he would need to stay for another season, but now an SEC program has asked about his availability and may be looking to bring him in...

"Tennessee actually called my coaches to get some film," Lamaison told JCFootball.com earlier this week. "I haven't talked to them, but they told my coaches they are interested in me and wanted to get my film and my transcripts.

"I'm not going to get too excited right now because nothing is really happening yet, but it's definitely something I'm interested in pursuing."

As a freshman in 2008, Lamaison took over for the departed Kevin Craft and led the Mounties to an 11-2 record by completing over 66% of his passes for over 3,500 yards, 38 touchdowns and seven interceptions and his leadership skills are beyond question.

"I can run the spread or a pro-style attack," Lamaison said. "It doesn't really matter to me. I think I'm a lot like Todd Reesing from Kansas.

"I'm smart with the ball and I'm accurate, so I feel I caould play in almost any offense and be successful."

If Lamaison leaves this summer, he would have four years to play three. We'll have more on this developing story and update things as they happen.

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