Saint Louis (Mo.) College Excessive standout Landon Pace has been a scorching commodity this fall. The excessive three-star tight finish has has seen his checklist of suitors race in direction of 15 with provides from the likes of Missouri, Wisconsin and Ohio State the place Tempo’s dad Orlando received the Outland Trophy and was chosen first general within the 1997 NFL draft.
Following Friday’s recreation prep, Tempo caught up with Rivals to debate the most recent in his recruitment together with colleges that stand out early and upcoming go to plans.
On colleges that stand out in his recruitment proper now:
“Mizzou, Wisconsin and Ohio State,” Tempo stated. “I would say these are most likely the highest three colleges proper now.”
“Mizzou is on the rise proper now,” Tempo stated. “I like how they’re producing proper now they usually proceed to have success.”
On Ohio State:
“Ohio State is an enormous program as ,” Tempo stated. “They all the time produce guys. The tight ends are getting the ball so much this yr and their offense is all the time booming.”
On being an Ohio State legacy and if it would influence his resolution:
“A bit bit ,” Tempo stated. “Deciding if I wish to observe in these (Orlando Tempo’s) footsteps or create my very own path. However, I really feel prefer it undoubtedly has some influence on my resolution.”
“Wisconsin is a program that I really feel like is on the rise,” Tempo stated. “I actually like coach Fick (Luke Fickell) so much, in order that stands out. Chris is there too (Former SLUH teammate Chris Brooks Jr.)”
On latest and upcoming visits:
“I have been to Mizzou so much this yr and to Iowa State,” Tempo stated. “I will be at Ohio State for the sport in opposition to Penn State, in order that ought to be a superb recreation. I will be at Wisconsin after they play in opposition to Ohio State.”
On narrowing his checklist or a dedication timeline:
“I am going to most likely try to slim my checklist going into senior yr, however I am not in any rush proper now,” Tempo stated. “I am simply maintaining issues broad open for now.”