Fresno WR Talks Post-season Games, Irish

Washington Union High (Fresno, Calif.) receiver Deontay Greenberry recently picked up an offer from Notre Dame and declared the Irish his leader. However, other schools have come in and offered, giving Greenberry more choices. He also committed to play in a pair of post-season games. What is the latest on Greenberry? Well, he told

Schools continue to come hard after Washington Union High (Fresno, Calif.) receiver Deontay Greenberry, and his talent is also making him a commodity for several post-season games.

Greenberry, who continues to list Notre Dame as his leader, accepted an invitation to play in the inaugural Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl on Jan. 3, 2012, in Phoenix. Greenberry and his cousin, Notre Dame commit Tee Shepard of Central East High (Fresno), were the first two players named to the West roster.

It's not the only game Greenberry and Shepard are going to play in. Both are slated to play in the USA vs. The World game on signing day.

"It's an honor to be part of the first annual Marine game," the 6-foot-2, 200-pound Greenberry said." That means a whole lot. We're just real happy right now, more than words. Tee and I are in (the USA vs. the World), and we're in the Marine Bowl, so we're in two good games."

Whether Greenberry is representing Notre Dame at those games remains to be seen, but the Irish remain in very good standing.

Greenberry told earlier this month he and Shepard plan on going to college, and even in the face of receiving offers from the likes of Alabama recently, he is still holds the Irish in high regard.

And although he and Shepard are visiting Notre Dame's campus June 11, he is not planning on committing.

"I've got some new offers, but Notre Dame still leads," Greenberry said. "I'm still going to wait a little while (before deciding), no doubt. I'm going to go there, get a feel for the campus and the staff, and things like that."

Greenberry is coming off a strong performance at the Nike camp at Stanford, and is seeing increased interest from a number of schools.

"I did what I expected," he said. "I did my thing. I was really looking forward to going against my cousin (Shepard), but he played receiver along with me, so I just had to go against everyone else." Top Stories