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Lasley inks letter of intent to play at Lindsey Wilson

Wide receiver is third Indian in '17 class to commit to a college team
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By Wes Feese
Media Relations, Adair County Schools

Adair County High School senior Cameron Lasley signed a National Letter of Intent Friday morning, March 31, 2017, to continue his football career at Lindsey Wilson College.


Joined by his parents, Nathan and Quinn, three Adair County assistant coaches, Adair County Athletic Director Brent Campbell, and Lindsey Wilson head coach Chris Oliver, Lasley made the pledge in front of his teammates on the Indians' basketball and football teams, who gave him a round of applause following the signing.

Lasley, a standout wide receiver on last year's 8-4 squad, finished his senior season ranked in the top five in Class AAA in catches (51), receiving yards (886), and touchdown receptions (15). He is the third Indian to commit during the spring signing period. Receiver Dylan Feese signed earlier this month with Kentucky Christian University, and running back Jordan Lasley signed with Lindsey Wilson in February.


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Cameron Lasley signs with Lindsey Wilson football



2017-03-31 - Photo by Wes Feese, Media Relations, Adair County Schools.
Adair County wide receiver Cameron Lasley (seated, center) signed a National Letter of Intent Friday to play football next season at Lindsey Wilson College. Seated with Lasley are his parents, Nathan and Quinn. Standing, from left, are Adair County assistant coaches Bill McCullough, Justin Hoosier, and Jamie Bryant; LWC head coach Chris Oliver; and ACHS Athletic Director Brent Campbell. - WES FEESE

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