In today’s college football world, it’s never too early to start recruiting players, on Tuesday, the Jackets extended a prospect to a 2020 prospect.
Georgia Tech on Tuesday extended an offer to one of the top cornerbacks in the 2020 class. Yes, the 2020 class, a rising sophomore who is finishing up his freshman year of high school.
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That being said, Keshawn Lawrence is looking every bit like a top prospect in the 2020 class. Lawrence, a Nashville, Tennessee native now has his fourth FBS offer. In-state schools Memphis and Tennessee were the first two schools to offer Lawrence. While LSU recently offered the Tennessee native last week
Tennessee offered Lawrence back in November, the middle of his freshman season at Ensworth High School in Nashville. That alone should be an indicator of Lawrence’s abilities and his potential going forward.
Lawrence is already showing tremendous size and abilities for a freshman cornerback at 6-foot-2 and 183-pounds. His HUDL highlight tape is pretty impressive and all indications right now currently point to the sky being the limited for Lawrence going forward.
If he keeps developing under the right coaches, Lawrence could be a top-50 if not higher recruit when it’s 2020 turns to be the primary focus. That, however, is still quite a bit away and a lot can happen between then and now. But Keshawn Lawrence will be a name to watch in the class of 2020 going forward.