The 6-foot-2, 215-pound quarterback knows that taking a closer look at college campuses will help him figure out his future.
The junior recently attended Washington’s junior day, giving him an opportunity to see what the program and university has to offer.
“Every little bit helps,” he said. “Also, just seeing a college campus with a more in-depth tour kind of gives you an example of what other colleges might be like. It gives you a little more experience under your belt.”
After experiencing what Washington has to offer, Le Dorze was impressed.
“The facility is nice,” he said. “They pretty much have brand-new everything. I thought they did a very good job of showing how they’re getting better, how they’re improving. After the last couple of years, I think they’re doing a good job of trying to bring in the best talent to improve.”
While he has yet to land a scholarship offer, he has talked with quarterbacks coach Marques Tuiasosopo and hopes to hear more from the Huskies.
“Hopefully, I’ll keep talking to them,” Le Dorze said. “It’s the hometown school, so that would be great. Good academics, too. It would be nice, but they haven’t said anything yet.”
In addition to Washington, Le Dorze said he has recently spoken to Harvard and is also interested in Brown.
“Ivy League schools would definitely be a great fit,” he said.
While he works to land college interest for his ability on the football field, he is also a talented baseball player, so he spends time training for both sports.
“Right now I’m just in the weight room for football, and I’m getting ready for baseball this spring, which starts next week,” he said. “I’m starting to focus on that, because I think we have a chance to be pretty good.”
Whether he is playing high school baseball or traveling to Las Vegas for a 7-on-7 tournament, Le Dorze has plenty to look forward to. He is still planning out his college camp schedule and plans to do whatever he can catch the attention of college coaches.
“I’m going out and showing what I can do,” he said.