Last year, Mt. San Antonio QB Nick Lamaison (6-1, 205) was led the Mounties to the brink of the…
Lamaison still hoping to leave this summer
"I got some interest from New Mexico State when coach (Dewayne) Walker called me during January, but they ended up signing the guy from Fullerton (Jeff Fleming) and then I got a call from Utah State and they ended up signing the guy from Cerritos (Jeff Fischer) so then everything started to dry up for me."
Even though recruiting has slowed down for him, Lamaison has plenty going for him.
As a freshman in 2008, Lamaison took over for the departed Kevin Craft and led the Mounties to an 11-2 record by completing over 66% of his passes for over 3,500 yards, 38 touchdowns and seven interceptions and his leadership skills are beyond question.
"I can run the spread or a pro-style attack," Lamaison said. "It doesn't really matter to me. I think I'm a lot like Todd Reesing from Kansas.
"I'm smart with the ball and I'm accurate, so I feel I caould play in almost any offense and be successful."
Lamaison is still hoping to sign with a school this spring or summer and if he does he will have four years to play three once he arrives. However, he is prepared to return to Mt. SAC for his sophomore season and then sign mid-year and arrive on campus in Jaunary, ready to compete for a starting job during spring practices a year from now.
Nick Lamaison Scout Profile
JCFootball.com Recommended Stories
Rivalry Week on Scout
Build yourself a sky-high left-over turkey sandwich, cover it in a creamy sauce of hate, and get ready to scream!Read More
Scout College Football Top 30- Week Thirteen
The top 30 teams in college football after Week Thirteen...Read More
Outdoorsman's Gift Guide: Christmas 2014
Finding just the right present for that special someone can be a challenge, so we’ve compiled a wide variety of hunting, fishing and outdoor gifts that you—or Santa—can deliver this Christmas.Read More
Week 13: Player Downgrades
Every week, Fantasy Football Expert Rusty Reeves predicts a heaping handful of players who will decline in the coming weeks. They should be downgraded at least one tier. Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler …Read More
The First Thanksgiving: 10 Myths and Facts
The story of the first Thanksgiving is filled with folklore and legend. But what’s the real story? Here are 10 commonly believed myths about the First Thanksgiving debunked.Read More