Three-star wide receiver Wesley Lyons out of Pittsburgh (Pa.) Woodland Hills has taken three official visits to date. The 6-foot-6, 203-pounder with 4.6-second speed has two schools leading for his last officials. What stands out about them?
"I'm going to wait until after the season to take those visits, but right now the main ones I'm looking at are Minnesota and Louisville," he said. "Minnesota stands out because of coach Lockwood. We always keep in touch and he constantly tries to get me to come up there, he was trying to get me there last weekend for the Ohio State game. They are also playing tough football, in just the past few games they played well against Purdue and Wisconsin.
"I like Louisville a lot because they throw the ball so much. I've never been there, but I want to check it out. I like both of these schools and the rest because they all throw the ball more than my high school. Just last game we threw the ball six times."
Lyons is still considering taking one more unofficial visit before the season is over to Morgantown when the Mountaineers host Pittsburgh for a Thursday night contest on November 24th.
Currently, Woodland Hills is 8-2 on the season as they just defeated North Allegheny 7-0 in the playoff opener.
"I only had one catch and was thrown to twice, I think our coach was a little scared of throwing the ball and instead we just ran it," he said. "This week we play Upper St. Clair and it should be a good game. I think we can beat them as I don't think they have quite the talent we do, but if we make some errors they could easily beat us.