Muy Out For One More Week

Danny Muy, one of the top offensive linemen in Florida, has been recovering from a knee injury and is eager to play his first game of the season. We've got the latest on his knee injury and the schools at the top of his list for official visits.

OL Danny Muy
6-3/275/5.1
Lincoln High School
Tallahassee, Florida

The superstar lineman from Tallahassee injured his knee during preseason practice and has been sidelined for the first 3 games of his senior season. Lincoln High School, one of the top football schools in Florida, has pulled out several close victories with Muy on the sidelines.

Muy was hoping to get clearance to play this weekend in his final homecoming contest, but the doctor would like for him to miss one more game. Danny's father gave CUTigers.com an update on his condition.

"Danny met with the doctor and they are going to hold him out one more week just to be safe. He will begin doing everything in practice this week except contact. He will resume contact next week and be ready for the game next week."

"It was just a sprain. It feels good. I've been running on it a lot. I can't wait to join my teammates." Muy has been seeing the same doctor that worked on the knee of Florida State running back Greg Jones.

Muy is not ready to go on record with a leader or a list of favorites as he has been concentrating on his rehab and returning to the lineup.

"I still don't have any really. I have no idea where I'm at with that. I haven't really been thinking about it. I've been worrying about this season."

Although the Lincoln High star lineman doesn't have a list of favorites he does know 3 schools that will get official visits. "I know that I will take official visits to Nebraska, Alabama and Clemson," stated Muy.

The 6-3, 275 pound lineman will not be looking at the performance on the field when deciding where he will play next season.

"Honestly, I'm not really worried about that. I'd like to go to a team that can go to the national championship but I'm not really concerned about that. Most of the schools I am going to visit are all good football programs. I want to go to the school that wants me the most. I want to go where I am going to feel comfortable spending the next 4 to 5 years of my life."

We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding offensive lineman from Florida, right up through signing day 2004.

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