The Next Level: High School Football Players With a Chance At College Success
High school Football Recruit Braxton Miller
Many High School Football Player's dream of Going to the NCAA getting a Heisman and leading their selective team to a BCS Title. Maybe going to the NFL. We'll get to that in a few years but Here are a few high school Football Players with a chance at getting recruited and having success.
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QB #5: Braxton Miller (Wayne, HS Ohio)
Miller has the size, 6‘2", 185 lb. coupled with the running ability and an arm to be a true star at the collegiate level.
He is a nice dual threat Quarterback and has reports as getting a lot of interest from Ohio State. He has a starter for Wayne since his freshman year. Last year he threw for 923 yards and 9 TD's with six interceptions and ran for 460 yards and 11 TD's.
QB #6 Logan Sullivan(John Paul The Great HS,VA)
Sorry to long a title. He is from (John Paul The Great High School, Virginia)
Logan Sullivan has great skills. He is "6'4" weighs 185 pounds and run's a 4.5. He has a Vertical Jump of 32" and a bench of 205.
He has started at Quarterback since midway throw his sophomore year.Last year as a junior, he threw for 691 yards and 6 Touchdowns. He also led the John Paul The Great Wolves to a 6-4 record (played 9, opponent forfeited one). He has great passing ability as his first game of the 2010 football season was last week throwing for 122 yards including a long of 40 and won 24-16.
He has great explosiveness and rushing ability. Last year he rushed for 1,022 yards on 128 carries with 10 TD's. He also has great comeback potential. In his first game of the season he ran for 62 yards and 2 Touchdowns.In one of his best games last year he rushed for 241 yards and 2 TD's as well as threw 2 TD's in a 56-36 comeback win.
A lot of college's are interested in him but some of the main ones are Virginia, Deleware, Holy Cross and rumored to be Maryland.
QB #17 Brett Hundely (Chandler HS, Arizona)
Word is in. Brett Hundley has picked his college and will play for the UCLA Bruins next fall.
Brett Hundley has great potential. He was Arizona's 2009 Gatorade Player of the Year. He showed why with 1,500+ passing yards, 16-2 touchdown-interception ratio and over 1,200 yards and 12 Touchdowns rushing. Her also led his team to a 9-4 record.
He should have nice success with UCLA.
RB#28 Malcolm Brown (Steele HS, Texas)
Malcolm Brown is very explosive.
Last year he ran for over 2000 yards and 20 Touchdowns with a long of 82 yards.
He has nice height for a runningback at "6'0" and weighs 205 pounds.
He has been recruited by Texas.
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Feel free to tell me how I did with a comment because this was my first college football article. I usually write about the NFL.
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