Hines has a Bunch of Interest

There are a bunch of schools on Spring DeKaney High's D'Juan Hines' recruiting list. Scout.com has the update.

D'Juan Hines, a 6-foot-1, 195-pound prospect was a big reason why Spring DeKaney turned its season around and ended up playing in the State Championship.

The quarterback was a smooth operator on the field and led his team on a remarkable run, so it was no surprise to hear that college noticed his play.

His current list of suitors is a long one including: "Texas Tech, Baylor, LSU, California, West Virginia, Kansas State, San Diego State, Colorado, Kentucky, Harvard, UCLA, Missouri, SFA, Houston, Southeastern Louisiana, Louisiana Tech, Utah, Auburn, Air Force, Tulsa, Texas A&M, Oregon State, TCU, Ole Miss, Washington State, Alabama, Arkansas, North Texas, Nebraska, UTSA, Duke and Notre Dame."

Out on the field Hines uses a blend of skills and leadership to get the job done.

"My biggest Strengths are my work ethic, effort, deep ball, short ball, coachable, leading, reading defensive, strong arm, can run, great field vision, speed in the open," Hines said when asked about his strengths.

"I like too pattern my game around Cam and RGIII, because they both are great football players, leaders, game changers, play makers, and they're not afraid too be themselves. They're humble and they stay positive."

"Not too mention the both won the Heisman and thats one of my goals," Hines continued.

A full qualifier, Hines, at the end of the day will sit down with his mother and try to look for a school that fits his needs.

"When its time too make my choice of college my mom and I are going too look into everything and see what benefits my education (and) then who is really offering me too help their program and not just bury me in the depth charts," Hines informed.

"I will look into what type of offense they run and see if it fits me. If I feel at home then I will make it my home."

As a junior, Hines complete 80-of-143 passes for 1,200 yards and 21 touchdowns to only five interceptions. He also added 412 rushing yards and 10 scores on 94 attempts to earn Second Team All-District honors.

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