‘Cuse Interested In Binghamton WR

Binghamton (Binghamton, NY) head football coach Doug Stento believes his star player Clarence Megwa is the best player he has coached in twenty years.<br><br>

"I coached King Rice (played basketball at North Carolina) and he could of played football anywhere. Clarence is just as good as him."

Division One-football schools are starting to believe Coach Stento now.

"Syracuse,Boston College, and Penn State are showing the most interest right now. Clarence has been to junior days at Penn State and Boston College. Syracuse wants him to camp there really bad and he probably will."

Stento went on to say that all these schools are holding up on offering Megwa because he had to play quarterback all season and therefore there isn't enough tape on him playing wide receiver or defensive back.

"All these schools want him either as a wide receiver or defensive back. Once he goes to a couple camps and shows his athletic ability the offers will come."

When asked if Megwa had a favorite out of Penn State, Syracuse, and Boston College he responded by saying, "No, he just wants to go to a place that has strong academics. His family wants him to go to a place where he is going to get the best education."

Megwa would like to have a decision made by the time football season starts next year.

Megwa is a 6-foot-2, 205-pound wide receiver/defensive back that finished with 14 touchdowns and 331 receiving yards in 2003. On defense, Megwa had six interceptions and returned four of them for touchdowns last season. He has been a two-way starter on the Binghamton varsity football team since ninth grade. Megwa runs a 4.5 forty and has a 38 inch vertical leap. He is widely considered as being one of the top 20 football players in New York State in 2005.

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