TCU Still On Giles Radar

Louisiana WR/DB recruit Quinn Giles has announced his three current favorites. Did TCU make the list? went one-on-one with the 2009 recruit. If you don't have a Premium Membership you are missing out!

Shreveport Evangel in Louisiana is known for cranking out Division 1 talent; apparently this year is no exception. One Evangel athlete that is currently racking up interest from many schools is wide receiver/defensive back Quinn Giles.

The 2009 recruit, currently has offers from Vanderbilt, Tulane, Southern Miss, ULM, Louisiana Tech, UL Lafayette, Northwestern, and TCU. In addition, Giles thinks that Arkansas is getting close to offer. "I went down to their camp and they told me to give them a call this week. I tried to call them and they weren't there. I will try again later this week," stated Giles to

While an offer from an Arkansas would be great for Giles, he is not sure that it would end the recruiting process. "I'm not necessarily sure I will go there, but I'm looking into it." At this time the senior has said that Vanderbilt, Tulane, and TCU are his favorites.

At 5-foot-10, 185-pounds, Giles has recently ran a 4.5 forty. As a junior he scored four touchdowns and turned in over 600 yards in pass receptions. In limited action on the defensive side of the ball, Giles recorded 15 tackles and had one interception. He is the teammate of cornerback Trey Wilson who also currently has an offer from TCU.

TCU has recruited the Evangel senior as a defensive back. At this time Giles prefers playing on the defensive side of the ball at the next level. "I don't really care what position I play, but I would prefer defensive back," said Giles.

If TCU can land the senior, the coaching staff's ability to make a recruit feel welcome will be what drew Giles to becoming a Horned Frog. "The coaches really communicate well. I went to their camp and the coaches seem to really want to get to know you. I really love that about them."

According to Giles he is looking for a school where he can get a quality education. "Academics are important to me," Giles stated. "Football is great, but I want to do something special with my life afterwards." The 2009 recruit currently has a 3.7 G.P.A. and scored an 18 on his ACT recently.

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