Anthony "Juice" Leon signed with Florida State as a four-star prospect coming out of high school in Miami. After a redshirt and freshman season, Leon left FSU and ended up at Visalia (Calif.) College of the Sequoias. Few knew Juice was in Golden State during the summer, but now he holds two Pac-10 offers, including one picked up from the California Golden Bears last Saturday…
(6-4, 225), aka Juice, is a big, strong safety that runs a 4.48 forty and can cover like a corner. No surprise schools out West are taking notice and are recruiting the former Florida State
Seminole to stay on the left coast instead of returning to Tallahassee.
"Juice has two offers," COS assistant coach Tony Perry said. "Oregon offered him and Cal was at his game last Saturday and offered."
California DB Coach Al Simmons attended COS's game last Saturday during the Bears' bye week. According to Coach Perry, Simmons offered Leon and COS WR Jamar Howard.
Cal Sports Digest talked with Leon during the summer and he expressed his interest in California and the rest of the Pac-10 conference.
Juice's Summer Interview --
Leon will obtain his AA in December and will have two years to play two.
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