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Recruiting Update: Cisco College
2011 Stats: 205 of 375, 2,840 yards, 25 touchdowns, 19 interceptions
RB Jamal Nero - "Through five games when he was a freshman back in 2010, he was leading the nation in rushing, but then he injured his knee and he was out for the rest of the year. He still had a great year, but there were times when you could see he wasn't fully back to 100% health and that is probably why some teams haven't offered him yet. I know that the Texas Tech coaches have talked to him and there are a few other schools looking at him, but he can move on right now and we want to find him a place where he can help someone out right away."
2011 Stats: 680 yards, 5 touchdowns rushing
TE Charles Plaster - "Charles can really catch the ball well and he's improving a lot as a blocker. He will get even better as he keeps doing it. It's something that can take time, but he's got it in him to be a great blocker. We just need to find him a place to go and where he can be successful. He can leave right now."
2011 Stats: 11 receptions, 93 yards
G Tanner Henry - "Tanner came to us as a freshman this year and he played really well. He's a legit 6'4", 280 pounds and we feel he can be really successful at the next level. Because he's a freshman, not a lot of people know he can leave right now, but we are trying to get his name out there to give him a chance to go right now if someone needs him."
T Jeremy Polk - "Like Tanner, Jeremy is only a freshman, so he could come back next year, but he was a full-qualifier, so he can leave right now and we want to get his name out there for anyone who is looking for a guy with his skills. He's big and athletic and he's strong. He played left tackle for us this year and he did a great job."
CB Tryus McGlothen - "Tyrus has been one fo the top cover-corners in the conference the past two years. He was All-Conference last year and this year and because he's so physical, he can play corner or safety. He's got great instincts and he's tough. He can leave right now too."
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