Leath drawing major interest

LAKELAND, Fla. - Following a strong performance at the Elite Scouting Services Elite Combine held Saturday at Lake Gibson High School in Lakeland, Fla, Lake Wales (Fla.) defensive tackle Bobby Leath shed a little light on his recruitment at this time.
"I have been hearing from Marshall, West Virginia, Missouri, Kansas State, Syracuse," Leath said.
At this stage of the process, Leath says he has landed a few verbal offers. Only issue, the nose guard isn't sure who specifically has stepped forth with a tender.

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"I have some offers but not positive from who right now," Leath said. "But all of those schools have shown me interest."
The 6-foot-3, 290-pound defensive lineman has been talking to a pair of those schools regularly, developing a relationship with an assistant coach on each of the staffs.
"I talk to Missouri and Kansas State probably the most," Leath said. "I talk to Coach Brian Jones at Missouri, as he recruits the Polk County area, and I talk with Coach Mo Lattimore at Kansas State."
Leath has taken no recent visits and has nothing planned for after spring football. He said his focus at this time isn't on his recruitment.
"Right now I am just trying to focus on my grades," Leath said. "My grades and my team are my main focus right now."
As a junior, Leath played on both the offensive and defensive lines.