Sean Hooey and Evan Davis will play on the offensive line at the
Evan talked about his lack of experience on the offensive front. "Last year was my first year of playing offensive line. This year at Colerain I'll be playing tight end and defensive line." Hooey has spent his last two seasons playing tight end at his high school and will again line up there this fall. Attending UC's camp this week gave the 6' 8"/245 pound big man some valuable experience. "The camp has been real good, and I've had a lot of fun. I've also learned a lot of new things."
some high school players, gathering college scholarship offers becomes almost a
game to see how many can be garnered, but the recruiting process for these two
polite young men became at times overwhelming. Evan explained the reason for his
extremely early decision (April 25).
"Yes, it was difficult, but this is my home town school with great
facilities. I wanted to get it
(decision) out of the way for my senior year." Evan also held an offer from
sixteen-year-old Hooey also struggled with the pressures of recruiting. One of his concerns about becoming a
Bearcat was the urban setting of the campus and understanding what life would be
like in Clifton, but after three days on campus this week, any concerns he may
have had are now long gone. "This
trip I've gotten to see how the program works, and I've gotten to know the
coaches better. I'm even more
Both players plan to sign their official letter-of-intent in early February.