Focus 2012: WR E'lon Fusilier

E'lon Fusilier

Aldine Eisenhower scored a ton of points in 2010 and that trend should continue next season with 6-foot-3, 205-pound WR E'lon Fusilier catching everything thrown in his vicinity. Which schools does the three-star prospect favor? Which Junior Day is he attending this weekend? Find out all that and more right here on Scout.com.

"Last year, I caught 25-to-30 passes for 350 yards with five touchdowns," said junior three-star WR E'lon Fusilier. "I was mainly used as a red zone threat, but I also consider myself a deep threat. My major strength is going up and catching the jump ball. I'm also a great blocker and I like to block. When they run the play to my side, the running back is going to do well."

What's happening with Fusilier's recruitment?

"I don't have any offers yet, but I'm going to Houston's Junior Day this weekend. I haven't heard anything about them possibly offering me, but I hope they do. Houston is one of my favorite schools. They're pretty good and they're close to home. I don't want to go far away for college. I'm looking for a school that's close to home with a good academic program." "My other favorite schools are LSU, Oregon, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, and Texas. I'm getting mail from all of those schools, but I don't have any more invitations to Junior Days at the moment."

Do any current college or NFL players have similar styles to Fusilier?

"Andre Johnson and Randy Moss," he replied. "I feel like I'm a deep threat like them."

In 2010, Eisenhower lost its first three games, only to bounce back and win six of the next seven. The Eagles dropped a 45-35 decision to Cy-Woods in the playoff-opener to close out the year.

Which games stood out for Fusilier?

"In the Nimitz game, I caught four passes for 70 yards and two touchdowns," he said. "Also, I had three catches for 75 yards vs. Hastings, and I caught four or five passes for 80 yards in the playoff game."

-Greg Powers-

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