The Gators were on a four-game winning streak heading into their last home game with Lakes, but you…
Lakes WR racks up first offer
"He runs great routes and he stretches defenses. He doesn't have a ton of great stats right now because we throw to a lot of guys, but when we need him in the red zone we throw it up to him and goes up and gets it."
Per Miller, Long runs around a 50-second 400, and by his senior year he's expected to be running in the 47's. "He's deceptively fast," Miller said of Long's speed. "He's a long strider, but he has good feet."
With Lakes' connection with the local school, Long sounds thrilled to be the next in line to earn a UW offer. "I talked to him this morning, and he told me that U-Dub had offered," Miller said. "I asked him what he thought and he said he was really excited. He said it's his dream school, and it's where he's always wanted to go.
"He's a big-time guy, and he's going to get a lot of offers."
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