The thought of enjoying together with his older brother almost led La’Vontae Shenault to someplace aside from Colorado.
In the long run, nevertheless, the chance to play together with his older brother is what attracted him to Boulder.
“You’ll be able to’t go flawed with enjoying with household,” stated Shenault, a DeSoto (Texas) High Faculty star who was certainly one of 9 players to sign nationwide letters of intent with CU on Wednesday.
The younger brother of CU receiver Laviska Shenault, La’Vontae had initially dedicated to Texas Tech and wasn’t positive he needed the strain of enjoying where Laviska has turn out to be one of many nation’s greatest players.
“I considered that, however I’m simply going to do what I have to do on the sector and make plays and make a reputation for myself,” La’Vontae stated. “Wherever I might have went, it nonetheless would have been the identical factor.”
The Shenaults grew up with one other CU receiver, KD Nixon, and La’Vontae is happy concerning the trio enjoying collectively in the fall.