The 4-star receiver out of Edna Karr High School displayed why he is regarded as one of the receivers in the country at the Under Armour Showcase camp this past weekend. He was clocked at a 4.52 Laser-2-Laser which was by far the fastest at the camp. Also, he was clocked at a 4.32 back in January at the All-American Bowl Combine in San Antonio. There were no one-on-ones at the camp, but Pazon was still able to show his ability to get in & out of his breaks really well along with natural catching ability.
247Sports beat writer Shea Dixon said Pazon reminds him of LSU standout Jamarr Chase coming out of high school & that his body looks college ready right now.
The 6-foot-1, 193-pound prospect received his invite to the Under Armour All-American game after the camp & on Wednesday via twitter he announced that he is committed to playing in the game.
"I've been working extremely hard the last two years to get to the position I'm at," Pazon said. "My mindset was to come out here & show that I'm worthy of being an All-American. It's a blessing to receive the invite, but I'm still not done proving myself. During the quarantine I've been working out consistently almost everyday getting stronger & faster. I feel like if I continue working hard like I've been doing I'll be unstoppable this upcoming season."
Click below to see Pazon's camp footage at the Under Armour Showcase Camp
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