4-star DE Featherston open

4-star DE Featherston open


4-star DE Featherston open


4-star defensive end Lorenzo Featherston has visited several top programs this summer.

“I went to Florida, Florida State and Ohio State,” said Featherston.

A few more visits could happen this summer.

“I don’t have any visits planned right now.  I might take one or two more, but I don’t know where yet,” said Featherston.

When asked about his leaders, Featherston responded, “I don’t have any.  I don’t really have a top five or anything right now.”

 Which teams are recruiting Lorenzo the hardest at this time?

“Clemson, Florida, UNC and NC State,” replied Featherston.

Will distance be an important factor when the Page High standout selects his college destination?

“It won’t be a big deal,” said Featherston.

Lorenzo has been working out with his teammates this summer, but is ready to begin his senior year for the Pirates.

“We start practice in August.  I am ready to focus on my season,” said Featherston.



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