SoCal receiver lands two offers

Wide receiver Zion Babb (6-2, 185, 4.5) from Alhambra, Calif., is a legitimate prospect in both football and track. The talented all-around athlete has received his first two offers for his skills as a football player.
Babb has been very busy this spring as one of the Golden State's top 110-meter high hurdlers. He currently has the third fastest time in the state with a 13.82.
Babb will participate in the Master's Meet this Friday (May 26th) and then in the state meet the week after.
As a football player, Babb is one of the best wide receivers in Southern California. He was an all-conference and all-area selection as a wide receiver. He even made second-team all-conference as a defensive back.
Though he has the talent to play on other side of the ball, he projects as a wide receiver on the D-I level.
For his junior season, Babb caught 54 passes for 919 yards and 12 touchdowns.
According to Babb's Dad and Alhambra track coach Lance Babb, Arizona and Michigan have offered his son a scholie for his football skills.
"There have been a lot of colleges by the school," Lance Babb said. "Besides Arizona and Michigan; Oregon has been showing a lot of interest in Zion."
"Zion has a great attitude and strives to be the best," Lance Babb said. "He's doing the things necessary and putting in the time."
"Zion still has room to grow and improve," Lance Babb said. "There is no doubt he's a great athlete."
Babb has outstanding bloodlines his Dad, Lance Babb ran track for USC in the early 70's and competed on the international stage.