Four offers already for Skyline quarterback

Stoudemire drawing the scholarship offers

Scout.com caught up Dallas Skyline QB/ATH Troy Stoudermire for a little one-on-one regarding the present state of his recruitment. We talk official scholarship offers, summer camp agenda, which position he'd rather play in college, his favorites, and much more with the 5-foot-9, 165-pound, senior-to-be..

You're simply not going to find too many teams in the Lone Star State featuring the plethora of D-I seniors-to-be Reginald Samples and his Dallas Skyline football team are churning out for the 2008 class. Scout.com raps with another Skyline stud, Troy Stoudermire...

Checking in at 5-foot-9, 165 pounds, folks this kid can flat out fly, clocking forties in the low-4.4 range. Because of that, kid's holding down four official offers from "Colorado State, Kansas State, Minnesota and North Texas," but you can expect this kid to secure several more before it's all said and done.

Just take a look at this kid's junior season stat package below...

JR Stat Package (@ Seagoville high school) "760 yards passing, 7 TDs (against 2 INTs), 2,132 yards rushing, 32 TDs (and only one fumble)."

Mind-boggling production... And you know what, kid ain't done. Thoroughbred has another season to play. Grab some refreshments at the concession stand and watch Stoudermire blow it up in his final season as a prep, this time for Dallas Skyline. Kid's all that, a bag of popcorn and a soda water...

Faves?

"I like Minnesota, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, West Virginia, Louisiana Tech and North Texas (offer)," Stoudermire told Scout.com.

Thoughts on his Faves?

Minnesota: "I like the coaching staff and I just feel real comfortable with those guys."

Kansas State: "I like their style of offense and they were the first to offer."

Oklahoma State: "I like their coaches a lot. And, they're a young team on the rise. And I feel comfortable going there because they have a lot of players from Texas on their team, including a couple of my friends (Richetti Jones, William Cole)."

West Virginia: "If I go there I could play quarterback. And they run the same offense (zone-read/spread-hybrid) we do."

Louisiana Tech: "If I go to Louisiana Tech, I know I can play immediately."

North Texas: "I'm way comfortable with their coaches. Plus, Coach Todd Dodge was a high school coach (at Southlake Carroll) and I know he can relate very well to me. And, he knows what I can do."

Some teams are recruiting Stoudermire as a cornerback, defensive back (which includes corner, free safety, strong safety, nickle back, etc..), quarterback, running back and wide receiver, plus a few more offering as a DB and WR. We examine a few of the teams Stoudermire said he could remember which position(s) he's being recruited at by those select schools...

Colorado St.: WR; K-State: DB/WR; MINN: CB; North Texas: WR; OSU: WR/DB; W.Virginia: QB.

"I'd rather play running back or wide receiver...," Stoudermire told Scout.com. "As opposed to playing defensive back."

Summer Camp Agenda: "Oklahoma State and I'm going to Texas A&M (July 15)."

Other Notes to Consider...

Sophomore Basketball Stats (@ Seagoville): "I played point guard, averaging around 18-20 points, 10 assists, 4-5 steals and a couple of rebounds a game."

Sophomore Track Exploits (@ Seagoville): "I ran the 4x100, 4x200, 4x400..."

Weight Room Numbers: "215 Bench, 415 Squat, 205 Power Clean."

Stoudermire said the Kansas Jayhawks might in fact be the next team to pony up. He said they've been ratcheting up their efforts significantly here of late...

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