Vance Lands First Offer

Vance Lands First Offer

A BCS offer is in for Detroit Cass Tech (Mich.) class of 2016 wideout Demetric Vance, and based on his camp performances, he may be in line for more.

Detroit Cass Tech took a road trip South, hitting several camps along the way, and it proved to be a fruitful excursion for rising junior receiver Demetric Vance as he landed his first scholarship offer from NC State.

"I thought, when I went up there, they were real supportive of me and I like the environment and I like their playing style," he said.

A good sized kid (6-2, 190 pounds) with sure hands and two years of varsity experience, it seemed like only a matter of time before the offers came, but Vance was not so sure, so he is happy the Wolfpack came through.

"It was kind of a relief because I was getting kind of nervous. It was getting close to my senior year and I wanted to get that first one so I could start racking up more offers."

On his busy camp circuit, Vance says he has received the most interest from "Michigan and Michigan State really and a little bit of Notre Dame."

The Wolverines had him in their camp last summer and saw him again at the Sound Mind, Sound Body Football Academy this year.

"They told me they like me a lot. Last summer when I went to Michigan, the receivers coach said he really liked me, liked working with me and was showing me that he wanted me to come there."

He was at Michigan State on June 14, where his performance, once again, turned heads.

"Coach Samuel, he always asks me when I'm going to call him so he wants me to get up there and keep working with him."

Next for Vance are visits to Tennessee, Ohio State and Penn State, with the possibility of more camps to come.


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