MIAMI, Fla. - Belle Glade (Fla.) Glades Central athlete Cre'von LeBlanc was one of a number of prospects who showed their ability on both sides of the ball during Sunday's Miami Nike Football Training Camp.
"It was good to come out here and compete against the top players in Miami," LeBlanc said. "I worked at defensive back most of the day and then during one-on-ones I went to receiver for a few plays. Either one is good for me because I am an athlete and I have skills like that, but I would prefer to play defensive back."
His attendance at Sunday's camp marked the second consecutive day he had been on the University of Miami campus in Coral Gables, Fla.
"I went to Miami's spring practice yesterday," LeBlanc said. "Miami works very, very hard in practice. They don't slack off on anything. It was a cool, nice atmosphere with good people. They have coaches who are going to stay on top of you and make you work hard to get you to the top."
LeBlanc said the 'Canes coaching staff had a simple message for him and the possibility of an eventual offer.
"They have told me to just keep showing my face around here," LeBlanc said. "They just want me to keep working hard and showing what I can do."
In addition to visiting Miami again in the coming months, he also plans to see two other top schools.
"I want to visit LSU and Florida," LeBlanc said. "I plan to visit Florida next weekend. I will probably visit LSU after school wraps up."
While LSU is the only school to extend an offer, it is two others that sit at the top for his services at this time.
"I am still exploring my options," LeBlanc said. "But I would say it is neck-and-neck between Miami and Florida."
LeBlanc said he intends to wait until National Signing Day to make a decision.