Now has Two Leaders

One of the top offensive line prospects from the Sunshine State is Danny Muy from Tallahassee (Fla.) Lincoln High School. Muy, 6-3 and 270 pounds, has been out of town the last few days visiting the Alabama and Louisville.

"I spent two days in Tuscaloosa and I love the University of Alabama," Muy said on his way to visit the Cardinals. "The tradition is amazing and the coaching staff is awesome. The Bear Bryant Museum is incredible. I got to meet everyone there and right now, I know Alabama would be a great place to play college football. It was just a great visit. Right now, Alabama and Nebraska are my leaders. I can't really pick one until I visit Nebraska. I have been trying to get up there but I may have to wait for my official visit."

Muy had been leaning to Nebraska for some time until his recent visit to the Crimson Tide. He also likes Louisville and Clemson. All four schools have offered him a scholarship.

Last season as a junior, Muy graded out at 87% and recorded 37 pancake blocks. He only allowed three sacks but those were all against Melbourne (Fla.) Palm Bay in a playoff loss.

"His best football is ahead of him," said Lincoln High School Assistant Coach Tony Collins. "He could play guard or center at the next level. He can step and snap, he's great at pulling and very flexible."

Last season Lincoln mainly passed the football. This season, they will concentrate on the run, especially when you have a super offensive line led by guys like Muy and Calvin Darity.

"It seemed liked all we did was pass the ball last season," Muy explained. "This year, Coach Wilson said we are going to play smash-mouth football which I like because I love to mash people out there."


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