Templin has been all over Kentucky for camps so far. "I've been to Kentucky, Louisville, Western Kentucky, Eastern Kentucky and Marshall," Templin said. He's received great feed back from those coaching staffs.
"The only thing coaches have told me is that I need to work on my pass blocking, because in my offense we don't pass set like college systems do," he continued. "They've been telling me that my foot-speed is unbelievable. I'm strong and physical, my work ethic is outrageous and I have a great head on my shoulders," Templin said.
While offers have not come about at this point, Zack has consistently been hearing from Kentucky, Louisville, Marshall, Western Kentucky, Eastern Kentucky, Liberty and Bowling Green.
He's learned a lot from these camp experiences and listening to different staffs. "I think the most important thing I've learned from these camps is to keep my head up and never back down or give up," he said. "I've been taught a lot of technique and things, but I think the most important thing is how I take coaching," he continued.
For the time being, Templin will continue to check out other camps and get ready for his senior season. "I might try and see if there are any other camps in July," he said. "But my main focus is on my team and to finish my high school career off with state (championship). I'm pushing my team and we all believe we're going to do it," he finished.
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