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Citrus OL could leave this summer

A player who has popped up on several radars so far this offseason is Citrus OG Albert Cid (6-4, 320). Due to his strong work-ethic, he has a chance to leave this summer and could end up signing with a school very soon. JCFootball.com caught up with the phyiscally imposing offensive line prospect and he updated us on his status and which schools are looking at him...

Cid prepped at West Covina High School and was a standout there, but he didn't have enough core credits to become qualified for a D-1 scholarship. "The rules changed and you needed 17 core classes and I only had 15, so I didn't qualify even though I had pretty good grades," Cid told JCFootball.com. "I went to Mt. San Antonio and redshirted there in 2009, but I just didn't feel comfortable there...

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