With high school career done, QB Lance LeGendre turns focus to recruiting

With high school career done, QB Lance LeGendre turns focus to recruiting
Lance LeGendre and Easton lost in title game to Karr.

NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - Lance LeGendre racked up 203 total yards, with three touchdowns, and that still wasn't enough to unseat Karr as state champs. Nearly a month since the contest, LeGendre has zero regrets about that night in the Dome.

“I always think about it. I never wanted to change nothing. I did get hurt in the second half. Felt like I was stripped of my cape, like I told my players. It’s football, things happen, and you got to move on some day,” said Lance LeGendre.

Easton QB Lance LeGendre ready to ramp up his recruiting visits

In the summer of 2018, LeGendre was committed to Kansas, but had a change of heart and de-committed. Smart move, because the head coach he pledged to is no longer there.

“I think we did it right by de-committing in the summer time. Letting everything play out like I said. Things switch up every day, the coaches, players, schools you know. You never know how things turn out. Our main focus was winning a state championship. Finishing, but we didn’t. Now it’s here now. Now it’s time to make a decision.”

With a month left until National Signing day, the 4-star recruit is the highest-rated QB yet to sign with a school. But that will change soon enough.

“I think it’s going to start resuming when we return to school. I’ll get more phone calls, receive for texts from coaches. Start dating these visits.”

Florida State, and a host of other schools want LeGendre’s signature. After consulting with the most important person in the household, a busy January is in store for QB1 from Easton.

“I got to get with my mom. I will be getting out in January on some visits. I don’t know what schools yet. But we will be getting out. We just setting up some dates right now.”

LeGendre will sign at Easton on February 6th, National Signing Day.

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