March 3, 2008
Prioleau starting to emerge
In the vast world of recruiting, several players can slip under the radar if that player hasn't sent his film out to various colleges. If that player is good enough, his stock most likely soars once additional programs get access to the film.
Such is the case for Ft. Worth(TX) All Saints Episcopal tight end Hutson Prioleau who definitely won't go unnoticed any longer after his video has surfaced. All Saints Episcopal isn't your typical private school either having sent a handful of players to the next level and Prioleau is expected to continue that tradition.
Standing 6-foot-5, 230-pounds, Prioleau has drawn interest from the likes of Utah, TCU, Oklahoma State, California, Houston, Clemson, Texas A&M, and Auburn just to name a few. Although he doesn't hold an offer, his recruitment is picking up steam and an offer may not be too far away.
"As of now I don't have any offers," he said. "My coach told me that he got an email from the Utah coach and they may be offering. We think that the offers will be coming shortly."
Prioleau says he's currently listening to every program that shows him interest and just wants to have a chance to help out wherever he ends up.
"I'm open to any school out there right now," he said. "I'm open to every program and just want to be where I can help out the team the best I can."
One team Prioleau has a familiarity with is TCU which just sits minutes down the road.
"I love their program," he said. "A lot of people talk to me about TCU and I go to all of their home games, and I know a lot of guys that have played there recently. They're writing a lot of hand written letters and they say I'm a big piece in their recruiting puzzle."
Just like other recruits, Prioleau will be dealt the task of narrowing down the schools that are showing him interest into ones he feels he has a genuine interest in.
"I'm going to go to some summer camps but I'm still waiting to see which ones. We're trying to figure out a top five and then I'll have a better idea of where to go."
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