Colorado Springs (Colo.) Doherty defensive end Lamarr Houston continues to attract the interest of schools across the country and the scholarship offers have rolled in all spring for the No. 2 prospect in the state.
"I have offers from schools all over," the 6-foot-2, 257-pound Houston said. "I just need to take my time and decide where the best place for me is and make an informed decision."
Houston has his choice of schools to pick from the offers. Arizona State, Colorado, LSU, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Southern Cal, Tennessee, Texas and UCLA are among the schools that have offered.
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A question as big as which school Houston will play for is where will he play when he chooses his college?
"I play both ways in high school," he said. "Fullback and linebacker are the places now. Some schools are saying I will be a defensive end and some are saying I can carry the ball. I'd say that linebacker would be the place I would pick if I could pick it. We'll see how it all works out."
Houston isn't rushing his choice.
"I don't want to rush things," he said. "I want to take my time and find the right place. I'll probably take my visits this fall and get a good feel for the school, the coaches and the program. I'm even with everyone right now. I'm not favoring one school over the others at this point."