, and USC
are camps I have already attended this summer," said Cameron Lynch
Lynch recently got back from a trip to the West Coast where he shined at Southern Cal. He showed a lot of speed and athleticism at the Trojans' camp and he thinks that is what schools will like about him.
"I am a speed guy and I think I am only going to get faster. I ran a 4.55 in the 40 yard dash this summer and I think I will get that down a little more. I like to hit too and I make a lot of tackles, but speed is what I think is my biggest strength."
His speed helped him make about 70 tackles on the Junior Varsity level in 2008 before he was called up late in the season to help the Varsity. Lynch plays linebacker for the Broncos, but he feels secondary could be his home on the next level.
"I am all linebacker now, but I think I am going to be a safety in college," said the 5-foot-10, 201 pound athlete. "I am actually going to play some running back this year too, but I feel I am a defensive guy all the way. I like to hit, make tackles, and play all over the field."
Early on, Lynch listed UCLA, USC, and Georgia Tech as his top three with two other on his mind.
"Texas and Georgia are schools I like a lot too, but I have not been to visit either one of those yet."
Chad Simmons is the Recruiting Analyst for the South Region and he can be reached at ChadSimmons@Scout.com.
The biggest signee out of Brookwood in recent years was Rennie Curran. The talented linebacker is a leader at Georgia and Cameron Lynch hopes to follow in Curran's footsteps to become to next top recruit for Mark Crews. Learn more about this rising junior here.