Ryan Schuler, a 6-foot-7, 275-pound, offensive lineman from Sioux Falls (SD) Washington will be highly recruited in 2002. Schuler says he has several schools he's looking at.
"I've been offered scholarships from Iowa, Stanford, Arizona and Vanderbilt. There have been a lot of schools that have come through my school and told my coach they were going to offer.
"I'm not sure what position I want to play in college. I like playing offense and defense. I've been to junior days at Iowa, Nebraska and South Carolina. I'm going to camp at Nebraska and Colorado this summer."
Schuler was named all-state after his junior year. He had 45 tackles and two sacks in 2001. Washington head coach Kim Nelson says Schuler is very good on both sides of the ball but thinks he would be a very good offensive tackle at the next level.
Ryan says he doesn't have a favorite. "Right now I'm pretty open." Schuler said. "I like Nebraska, Colorado, Miami (Fla.), Oklahoma, UCLA, Stanford, Iowa and Northwestern.
"Academics are going to play a big part in where I decide to go to school. Football is great but I'm looking for a school that has strong academics.
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