Posted: 7:15 pm Sunday, April 6th, 2014
By Michael Carvell
The state’s No. 1 prospect at QB says he could make his college decision as early as next month.
Lorenzo Nunez is a 4-star from Harrison High School. His top offers are Ohio State, Tennessee, Clemson, N.C. State and Miami. He also got a new offer recently from South Carolina. Nunez participated in this weekend’s Golden Arm Challenge.
- What does Nunez like about South Carolina?
- How does he feel about Ohio State?
- Who is his leader?
- Why is he taking longer than expected to commit? (He had most of these same offers last year)
- Which other schools would he like to get evaluated by? (Hint: It’s Florida and Oregon)
This year’s crop of Georgia quaterbacks is not deep. The 6-foot-2, 190-pound Nunez is rated as the state’s 17 overall prospect, per the 247sports composite rankings. Other top Georgia quarterbacks are North Cobb High School’s Tyler Queen (No. 27, committed to Auburn) and Alpharetta High School’s Austin King (No. 71, undecided).
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