Four-star OT Kenny Lacy from Phoenix (Az.) Mt. Pointe adds yet another offer
The Latest With Lacy
FoxSportsNext caught up with Lacy to discuss his recruitment, newest offer and upcoming official visits.
Regarding his status with UCLA, Lacy says, "I am committed and I orginally did it because I felt strongly that is where I want to go. But I was upfront with Coach Klemm from the beginning that I would still take trips and he was okay with that. I just want to make sure I am doing the right thing and making the right decision."
Lacy (6-5 260) has visited Nebraska, will visit Kansas State this weekend, has scheduled a visit to Vanderbilt for January 18th and to Michigan on December 14th.
Michigan is the latest school to offer the Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe product and he comments on the offer.
"They offered me today but they have been recruiting me since last Spring," he says. "Coach came to school today and that is when they offered me. They plan to come back next week to do an in-home visit."
Will Lacy sign with UCLA? Only time will tell, but stay tuned with FoxSportsNext for the latest on Kenny Lacy's recruitment.
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