Lakota West senior offensive tackle Kyle Meadows will take an official visit to Oklahoma this weekend, according to Lakota West coach Larry Cox. It is Meadows’ first official visit. High school seniors are allowed five official visits.Meadows, who was ranked No. 5 among the top 50 players in Greater Cincinnati to watch in the 2013 class by The Enquirer, has scholarship offers to play college football from Louisville, Ohio, Youngstown State, Toledo, Pittsburgh, Akron, Illinois, Minnesota, Indiana, West Virginia, Northern Illinois, Florida State, Purdue, Kansas, North Carolina State and Kentucky.
Meadows’ Lakota West teammates have also been receiving some attention. The Cincinnati Enquirer’s Mike Dyer reported Wednesday that Ohio and Kent State are showing interest in senior linebacker Mike Kelly.
Kelly, who has a 4.0 GPA and a 28 on his ACT, has been offered by Yale, Indiana State, Lafayette, Princeton, Brown and Villanova. This season, Kelly was second on the team in total tackles (44) and in tackles for loss (10.5). He also had two sacks and led the team with two forced fumbles.
Dyer also recently reported that junior running back Mikel Horton received an offer from Indiana. On the year, Horton rushed for 1,003 yards and 13 touchdowns on 202 carries.