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Ivery Lists Three Early Frontrunners

Willy Ivery is a big-play (avg. 19.94 yards per catch in '11) sophomore WR from Sulphur Springs (TX). Read further as Ivery talks about spring visits to Texas and Texas A&M, and reveals the identity of his third school of primary interest.

As a sophomore, Willy Ivery finished second on the team in both receptions (46) and receiving yardage (917), and tied for the lead in touchdown catches (13) at Class 4A Sulphur Springs. College coaches from some of the big-name in-state programs have taken notice of Ivery's ability, and he recently named Texas, Texas A&M and Texas Tech as early favorites. "I went to...

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