2019 WR/DB Lantz Set For Busy Camp Season

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After a busy spring visit tour, Hamilton Southeastern’s (IN) 2019 WR/DB Jackson Lantz is planning more FBS visits as well as a packed summer camp schedule.

Jackson Lantz

Wide Receiver/Defensive Back
Hamilton Southeastern
Fishers, IN
GPA: 3.45/4.00
Commitment status: Undecided
Twitter: @Jackson_Lantz
Ht: 6’2″
Wt: 167 lbs
Class: 2019

LPI: What schools have offered you and what other schools have shown serious interest?

JL: So far Illinois State has offered me. I have also received serious interest from Cincinnati, Purdue, Ball State, Miami of Ohio, Ohio University, Bowling Green State, Pennsylvania and Cornell.

LPI: Have you visited anywhere recently or do you have any planned visits coming up? If so, where at and when?

JL: I recently visited Ball State for Junior Day and practice, Ohio University for Junior Day and Cincinnati, Purdue and Miami of Ohio for practice. I plan to visit several of these schools for camp this summer.

LPI: What should college coaches that recruit you know about you whether it be on or off the field?

JL: I am driven to succeed. I learned at a very early age how to set goals and how to set up a plan to achieve them. When I set my mind to something, I do whatever it takes to achieve it. I am also a natural leader, I lead by example. I try to outwork everyone around me to motivate my teammates to push themselves further. In the off-season, I lift 5 times a week, drill footwork and WR technique 2-3 times per week and catch balls 2 times per week. My grades are very important to me as well. I realize there will be a day when football is over. I want to make sure that I am prepared to have a great career outside of football.

LPI: What do you want your major to be in college?

JL: I want to be an Anesthesiologist. I am not sure which pre-med major I will pursue in college, but it will be a solid curriculum that will prepare me for going to medical school.

LPI: What are your individual and team goals for this upcoming season?

JL: I want to win games. My minimum goal for our team is to win our conference and sectionals. If we work hard and play together, we can make a run at regional champs and who knows after that.

LPI: Who are some of your teammates or training partners that you believe can play at the next level, but have gone overlooked by college coaches?


Emanuel Daniels DB – Emanuel works his tail off in the weight room and on the field. Some of his strengths would be his ability to press of the ball and really disrupt the timing of the wide receivers’ route. He has great hands and clean footwork. I think he has what it takes to play at the next level because of his work ethic and love for the game.