Athlete Sebastian Larue (Santa Monica, Calif.) is one of the top west coast prospects in the class of 2013. Larue is coming off a strong showing at the recent U.S Army Bowl combine and already has a solid list of scholarships offers on the table.
Larue had a solid junior season for a team that went 11-2 and advanced to the CIF Western Division semifinals. He’s a dynamic speed receiver who also played corner and returned punts and kicks as well.
“I had a great experience and loved my time out there,” Larue said. “I thought overall I did pretty well. I didn’t run a 40 but did all the other drills and then got some good reps in the one-on-ones. I know I still need to improve in some areas, but I thought I represented Cali well and had a great time hanging out with all the other recruits from my class.”
On the recruiting front, Larue said he’s still open and not focusing too much on any one school.
“Right now, recruiting is going well for me. I have offers from Boise State, Arizona, Arizona State, UCLA and Idaho. It’s early for me, so I’m open to everyone and don’t even want to start naming favorites or leaders. I’m going to focus on school and getting ready for the summer. I’m going to do some camps and take some visits, and I want to play out the recruiting process a little longer before making a decision.”