"It comes down to three schools for me," said o-liner Matt Summers-Gavin. "Nebraska (first to offer)…
Summers-Gavin The Latest Selection
Matt Summers-Gavin is a standout offensive lineman at St. Ignatius College Prep and was one of 400 players nominated nationally and then ultimately selected by the U.S. Army All-American Bowl Selection Committee. He is is eligible for the following honors: National H.S. Player of the Year Award, Walter Payton Trophy, AFL Ironman of the Year, U.S. Army Scholar Athlete Awards, and the Glenn Davis and Doc Blanchard U.S. Army Awards.
Summers-Gavin is rated as the number seventeen offensive guard by Scout.com and a four-star prospect.
"Sound technique combined with quick feet, aggressive attitude and a mean streak make Summers-Gavin a very promising offensive guard prospect," said Allen Wallace, national recruiting analyst for Scout.com. "As he becomes stronger and more powerful, he has a chance to be dominant in college."
Summers-Gavin is uncommitted as of right now and has taken official visits to Notre Dame and California.
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