Horner wanted to send his self-produced highlight video to Scout.com, there's was only one problem. "I gave the last copy I had to Coach Enos," said Horner when GSN caught up with him last night.
There's some interests in me, but I'm not front page right now. I'm OK with it as long as the schools I like know how to find me," said the 6-foot-1, 170-pound defensive back.
He like many of the kids in his position, will camp at Michigan State on June 9th in an attempt to raise his profile.
Horner is extremely quick on the blitz and is a disrupter recording 70 tackles and 3 interceptions last season. He lines up at both safety and corner in the Groves defense and plays wide receiver on offense. His self reporter 40-yard dash time is 4.5 and he hopes to improve on that during the summer months.
GSN will have more on this young rising star as the summer season moves on.