"We think that we can make it this year, that we can win it all this year," said Ginyard, who is currently up to 6-foot-2, 210 pounds (from 6-foot-1, 190 pounds in 2009). "Our offensive line has grown up and our defensive line should be good. Our quarterback, Quentin Wheeler, can do a lot of things both throwing the ball and running."
Ginyard compared his junior quarterback - in terms of production - to former Ouachita great Josh Strong, who led the Lions to the semifinals a few years ago.
"We had a good spring," Ginyard continued. "We played Richwood in the spring game and we scored four touchdowns to their one. I think that I had four catches for around 90 yards that day."
Ginyard, who says that he is being recruited the hardest by ULM, TCU, Arkansas, Mississippi State, Tulane, and Louisiana Tech, admits that he doesn't know much about SMU at this point. Regardless, he doesn't have any favorites and describes himself as "open to anywhere" when it comes to colleges. Ginyard plans to attend TCU camp in Kilgore, Texas, on June 2nd.