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From The Crab Bowl…Lorenzo Waters
Lorenzo Waters has multiple offers from around the country yet remains uncommitted. He has been reported as a lean to several schools at different times but has not made a commitment yet. He is a physical defensive back that is excellent in zone coverage. After another successful season Waters will turn all his attention to his recruiting process. He talked to us about this past season, recruiting and the Crab Bowl experience. "Everything went well up until the last game," said Waters. "Losing the championship was tough. But up until then it was a good season." Playing for one of the top high school teams in the country has helped Waters develop into the caliber of player he is today. It prepared him for the college level better than most teams. "Playing for DeMatha has really helped me. Many of the guys I practice with are going to play at a D-I school so it is similar to what I will see on the next level. I think it will help the transition from high school to college." Waters has been very busy with the recruiting process. Teams from coast to coast have offered and he will need more time before he is ready to make his final decision. "It definitely has its ups and downs. When you get your first offer it is very exciting. The reporters are calling you and it is exciting. Then after a while they keep calling and it drags on bit overall it is a good experience. Right now I am narrowing things down. I like a few schools including California, Wake Forest, Rutgers, Vanderbilt and Iowa. I am still evaluating each school." Waters discussed his visits taken and future plans for additional visits. "I visited Cal, Wake Forest and Rutgers. I haven't scheduled any other visits yet but I plan to. I may not decide until signing day because if I do take some other visits it won't be until mid to late January." Having choices is great for any young man. Waters talks about what he is looking for in a school. "I am looking for everything that the program offers from academics to my fit with the program. I want my parents to be comfortable with the school and me being there. I have to be comfortable with the coaches and players. I need to have a good feeling from the campus and people there." Waters also discussed what the fans of the school he ultimately decides to attend can expect from him. "They can expect a show (laughing). I will bring it to them. I will give them everything I got and show them why I deserve to be on that field." The Crab Bowl is loaded with the best talent the state has to offer. Waters talks about his participation and the opportunity to be amongst the best all week. "It is a big honor to be out here and be recognized. I appreciate those that noticed me and put me in this game. I just wanted to show that I deserve to be here." Waters had a 28 yard interception return for a touchdown in the game. He had an excellent break on the ball, caught it cleanly and sprinted to the end zone unchallenged.
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