Peoria Centennial RB Tim House

<b>Tim House</b> will most likely fight Tucson Sabino's <b>Glyndon Bolasky</b> for top running back in the state honors this fall. As a junior, House rushed for 1,700 yards and 18 touchdowns behind Arizona-bound <b>Terry Longbons</b>. He attended UA's Junior Day and gives his thoughts on 'Zona.

Height: 5-9
Weight: 190
40 time: 4.44
Bench: 290
Squat: 490
Clean: 300
From: Peoria, Arizona
High School: Centennial

"I have some friends going there now with Jordan Lowe and Terry Longbons," said Tim House. "Arizona was really the first school to show interest in me. I went down there for junior day and really liked it. I had a chance to speak with Coach Wolford and Coach Dunn and they are cool guys."

The Cats are in his top five. "I like Nebraska, Arizona, Arizona State, Miami, and Oregon. Nebraska would have to be my favorite.

"They have a good program there and they tell me that they like that I can catch the ball well out of the backfield and that is something they want their running backs to be able to do. I have been speaking a lot with coach (Nebraska safeties/special teams coordinator Bill) Busch. We have been talking on a regular basis. He tells me that they will be recruiting me hard. I will probably go there for junior day and for their summer camp."

House also plans on going to Arizona State's Junior Day. "They have a good program there and they have been sending me a lot of letters."

Albeit a slight chance, he may also attend Miami's Junior Day.

House breaks down his skills. "I have great quickness and I can find the holes or make them. When I get to the outside, I can get by tacklers in the open field."

If House does not play tailback on the next level, he could be an asset at corner or in the return game. Last year, he had four punt returns and one kickoff return for touchdowns. On defense, he recorded 42 tackles, six interceptions (three returned for touchdowns), and two fumble recoveries.

He carries a 2.8 core GPA and has not scheduled either test yet. House is unsure on a major at this time.


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