Four-star defensive tackle Lawrence Guy (6-6, 265, 4.77) from Las Vegas (Nev.) Western has certainly lived up to his reputation as one of the best players in the western region so this season. Quick, strong and athletic defensive tackles are hard to come by that is why Guy is one of the most sought after players in the west.
"I think I have close to 30 and 11 sacks in three games," Guy said. "I've shown that I'm not a fluke. I'm the truth.
Guy's stats are truly impressive when you take into account that he is double and tripled teamed almost on every play.
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Needless to say that Guy's phone has been ringing off the hook since September 1st.
Tennessee, Oklahoma, Arizona, Arizona State, Washington, Washington State, Utah, San Diego State and UNLV are among the schools that have ringed the Guy household.
"My focus is mostly on Tennessee, Oklahoma and Arizona State," Guy said. "I'm still open to other schools and I'm looking at all my options.
"Tennessee is a good program and once they straighten out their offense, they are going to be dominant this season," Guy said. "I liked out in Oklahoma when I went to their football camp last summer.
"I liked OU's area and wouldn't mind living there," Guy said. "I wouldn't mind living in Tennessee either.
"I went to Arizona State during the summertime and I also like their program," Guy said. "I think they are only going to get better and I like that.
"Tempe is similar to Las Vegas weather wise and it is only a couple of hours away," Guy said. "I think I'm going to set up a visit to ASU, but I have to talk to my Dad first about my open dates that are coming up.
Guy and his Western teammates will hook up against Durango high this coming Friday.
Guy is a member of the Rivals.com Rivals250 for the class 2008 and is considered by Rivals.com as the nation's No. 10 defensive tackle.
Guy was also selected by Rivals.com to the Nevada Top 15 landing as the Silver State's No. 1 prospect at any position.