Friday, February 09, 2007

Angleton lad among next batch of highly recruited football phenoms

The college football recruiters already are trying to figure out who the studs will be in the Class of '08, and at this early junction an Angleton High School Wildcat is being rated as one of the Top 100 prospects in the United States.

He is D.J. Monroe, described by as "a force as an all-district receiver and a cornerback in 2006."

The 5-foot-9, 165-pound product is said to be considering Texas, Florida, Iowa, Kansas State, Notre Dame, Oklahoma State and Purdue as possible venues to continue his education.

Another young man on the Top 100 list is the son of Oliver Luck, the former Houston Oiler backup quarterback who heads the Houston franchise of the Major League Soccer.

Andrew Luck, a 6-foot-3 quarterback from Stratford with the proverbial rocket arm, is said to be considering Georgia Tech, Kansas, Kansas State, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Purdue, Texas, Texas A&M.

Good luck, boys.

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