Houston Lamar receiving duo Quincy Driver and Brandon LaFell are still in limbo regarding their summer commitments and Driver's commitment to Texas A&M.
Driver – a second-team, all-district selection – has verbally committed to Texas A&M, but is wavering on his commitment. LaFell has plenty of options to look at and is thinking about quite a few of them.
“I’m committed to the Aggies, but I will probably take some other visits in the fall,” he said. “Miami has been talking with me lately, and they may need another receiver.”
Driver, the first cousin of Green Bay’s Donald Driver, has run a 4.5-second 40-yard dash. He caught 31 passes for 386 yards and four touchdowns last year. He moved up to Lamar’s varsity during his sophomore year in the playoffs and started all of last year. Driver plays inside wide receiver in Lamar’s four wide receiver offense, running a variety of crossing routes and slants.
LaFell (6-2, 185-pounds) is Lamar’s deep threat and is even more wide open than Driver. He has offers from Utah, Houston, Arizona, Texas A&M, Tulane, Kansas, Nebraska and Missouri, and is receiving interest from several other schools.
“I kind of expected this after my freshman season,” LaFell says of the recruiting process. “I always knew I was going to shine either in football and basketball.”