Two-sport standout has options

Three-star tight end/offensive lineman Will Yeatman (6-6, 255, 4.85) from San Diego (Calif.) Rancho Bernardo is one of California's best two-sport athletes.
Not only does he have Division-I ability as a football player but he's also a highly sought after lacrosse player.
"I will most likely play both sports in college," Yeatman said. "Because of that, most likely I will play on the East Coast."
The talented Californian has offers from the likes of Arizona, Arizona State, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, Nebraska, Michigan and Notre Dame.
Yeatman had a busy weekend a week ago, as he took unofficial visits to Notre Dame, Duke and North Carolina.
"There are some good football teams like USC, Michigan and Nebraska that might be hard to turn down," Yeatman said. "I like Notre Dame a lot, too.
"I just had a long meeting with (Notre Dame) Coach (Charlie) Weis. The Irish have a pretty interesting plan for me.
"I can get a full ride for lacrosse and still play football my freshman year," Yeatman said. "The freshman year I wouldn't be able to play in games it would be like a red shirt year. Then my sophomore year I would get a football scholarship. Everything worked out well.
"Both Duke and North Carolina are beautiful. I like North Carolina a lot. The Tar Heels have a similar plan to Notre Dame except I would be able to play football my freshman year," Yeatman said. "Because I will be on a football scholarship. North Carolina also has a top-notch lacrosse team."
USC likes Yeatman as an offensive tackle while most of the rest want to real him in as a tight end.
The Trojans had luck recently when they molded Jacob Rogers from a pretty good tight end out of high school to an All-American offensive tackle and a high draft choice in the NFL.
"I am going to take a few official visits then I think I will decide," Yeatman said. "I want to be done by late October or early November."