Speedy Noil talks The Opening, his recruitment

The consensus high four-star prospect talked about winning the SPARQ national championship on Monday.

BEAVERTON, Oregon -- For New Orleans (La.) Edna Karr wide receiver Speedy Noil, breaking off a 45.3-inch vertical leap at The Opening on Monday and then taking home the SPARQ national championship wasn't much of a surprise. After all, he knows that he's capable of astounding feats of athleticism. He didn't earn the nickname of "Speedy" for nothing.

In speaking with SB Nation Recruiting, the 5'11, 175-pounder also discussed the four schools that are standing out in his recruitment -- Florida, LSU, Texas A&M, and USC. He also talked about his visit plans for the fall and when he intends on making a decision.

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