Lawson Could Explode

JaJuan Lawson

JaJuan Lawson has already garnered attention in the recruiting world with a few scholarship offers already on the table. Now, moving into the off-season, he could explode heading into the camp circuit.

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Arizona head coach Rich Rodriguez has already taken notice of JaJuan Lawson's talents on the field, extending a scholarship offer his way more than a month ago.

Lawson also has offers from UNLV, Sacremento State and Texas State. The six-foot-one 190-pound quarterback says the off-season is already rolling in terms of his recruitment.

"It's starting to get to the hectic point right now," he said. "Especially for quarterbacks because we tend to get recruited earlier than the other positions. I have all the Pac-12 schools calling except for Stanford right now."

Lawson could be hearing from the Cardinal in no time, seeing as how his off-season schedule is mostly filled already with plans to get his name out there and be a part of the camp circuit.

He already participated in Arizona's junior day earlier in the month and also has plans to head out to plenty of camps around the country.

"I'm going to do USC's junior day later this month and Utah's next month," he said. "I also got the invite for the B2G camp so I plan on doing that, the Nike and Elite 11 regional camps and I'm not sure yet if I will do the Under Armour camp yet."

Lawson also said although he only has one Pac-12 offer right now, he feels others could be very close.

"I think Utah is very interested," he said. "Along with USC and Oregon. In the next few weeks hopefully we'll see where it all goes but I think I will have a top eight to ten schools in a little while."

The recruiting process may already be hectic, but it isn't out of Lawson's comfort zone. He was the first to ever play JV football as a freshman at Casa Grande high school in Petaluma (Calif.) and he has been starting since his sophomore year.

"I had to grow up quick," he said. "You have to realize that even though you're only a sophomore the team still feeds off what you do so I feel like I do a good job of bringing that leadership to the field.

I also feel like I bring the dual-threat aspect to the game. I feel like I am the fastest and most explosive athlete on the field every game." Recommended Stories

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