"It's too early to have one school stand out, but I know that I definitely want a school that is academically challenging, a good balance of strong academics and a strong football program would be the perfect fit for me.
"Not everybody plays professional football; I want to have a good life after school," he said.
Guillory recorded 1,142 receiving yards on eighty receptions with fourteen touchdowns during his sophomore season and feels confident that both he and his team can have an even stronger season this fall.
"My sophomore season went very well. I was excited about the numbers that I put up, but I want to help out even more this season. We have the talent to win some more games. We became a lot closer under [new head coach] Clayton Sanders and our new coaching staff. Coach Sanders is leading us in the right direction," he said.
The athlete, who also plays soccer and lacrosse, will compete with his team this weekend at the Texas 7on7 State Championship, held in Round Rock.
"I think I'm a really good route runner and I have good hands, but mostly I am very evasive after the catch. I can rack up a lot of yards and make people miss," he said.
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