January 11, 2007
O'Neill getting his tapes out
When you measure in at 6-7 and 290 pounds, have a father who played college football and a brother currently in a Division 1 program, you're going to attract attention. That is the case with Grand Haven (Mich.) junior offensive tackle Dann O'Neill. Already a mailman's worst nightmare, O'Neill faces high expectations from college coaches, but his recent release of junior year tape may exceed that hype.
Over the Christmas holiday season, O'Neill, his father and head coach put together the lineman's highlight tape from his junior season and sent it out to college coaches as well as to TheWolverine.com. After viewing the tape, we're here to tell you O'Neill not only has what it takes to play college ball, he's going to be considered among the best at his position in the nation with the class of 2008.
Michigan, Notre Dame, Purdue, Boston College, Northwestern, Michigan State and Western Michigan are just a sampling of schools that stay in regular contact. O'Niell's older brother plays tight end and Western Michigan and the Broncos have told him a scholarship is there for him when he wants it.
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