Looking to add a second defensive back to their 2010 recruiting class, Iowa State has offered as a…
Three Commits, Four More With Offers
Few programs are as prolific at producing talent as is Cedar Hill High School in the Dallas Area. 11 graduates of the high school played in bowl games in 2008 alone, and many more where on non-bowl teams. The Class of 2010 is strong once again as three players are committed, with four more having offers. Scout talked to Joey McGuire, the Head Football Coach, about his players to get caught up on who has offers and who is committed. "From 2010 committed are Aaron Benson, committed to Texas, Ben Malena, committed to Texas A&M, and Adam Shead committed to Oklahoma", said Coach McGuire. Benson is a linebacker, one of the best in Texas, Malena is one of the best running backs in Texas and Shead is one of the top offensive linemen in Texas. Still, the cupboard is not bare after those three, four more players have offers according to Coach McGuire. "From 2010 the following have been offered, kicker Eduardo Camara by Arkansas, center Josh Allen by Minnesota and North Texas, and defensive tackle Larry Moore JR by Tulsa. Safety/cornerback Elisha Olabode has been offered by Iowa State, KState, Kansas, Tulsa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Arizona, SMU, UTEP, Boise State, and Missouri." Coach McGuire said that three more are getting attention from division one schools. "The 2010 getting D1 attention are wide receiver Oliver Wells, safety Spencer Phillips, and defensive tackle Brice Musgrove." Plenty of the 2011 players are getting attention but Coach McGuire did not want to count offers to those players. "I don't count until after it is an official offer. Which as you know cant happen until the first of their junior year." Stay with Scout.com for updates on these players and more.
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