Recruiting: Muncie Used To Live In Oklahoma

Scout may seriously want to update its page on standout Luke Muncie of Spring (Klein Oak), Texas. First, Muncie has grown and safety may be a forgotten option for the 6-3, 215-pound Muncie who can still fly. Just yesterday (April 13) he ran a 4.47 hand timed forty on the track at Klein Oak. That speed with the size is now being geared toward playing linebacker for somebody.

There are a lot of somebody's in the picture as Muncie has scholarship offers from Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Arizona, Arkansas, Houston, Iowa State, Kansas, Michigan, Northwestern, and Utah.
That's plenty of offers but Muncie has a real interest in both Oklahoma State and Oklahoma because he used to live in Oklahoma.

"I'm very interested," said Muncie when asked about Oklahoma State. "I lived for two and a half years in Edmond. When I lived up there that was the team I followed.

"I also know Dez Bryant because he is from around here. I grew up watching Dez and I'm still following him. I talked to him on the Internet and he said he really likes it up there. The distance is perfect, not too close and not too far. I really like the coaches. The coaches seem really good to deal with."

Muncie said he has pretty good grades. He called his 3.1 GPA okay, but that is solid footing for getting ready for college. He has been on campus at Ohio State, Texas A&M, and Oklahoma to look around and plans on checking out other schools but not this weekend.

"I'm running track and district starts tomorrow," said Muncie. "I don't have anything on the plans for this weekend."

In track he runs the 100 meters, no surprise, and he long jumps and high jumps. His best so far this season has been 6-4 1/4 in the high jump and 23 feet, 1 inch in the long jump.

Muncie had 80 total tackles, 4 interceptions (a 70-yard touchdown return), 9 passes broken up, 2 fumbles caused, and 3 kickoff returns for 97 yards while playing safety last season.

"My plan is to commit before school starts," said Muncie. "It's my last year of high school of high school football and I want to be able to enjoy it."

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