WR on Radar

This WR prospect out of the Austin area has drawn interest from the Texas State coaching staff and has landed their radar.

David Racine is a 6'3 193-pound deep threat out of Cedar Ridge HS who excels at finding space and exposing it. With a 36" vertical and a 6'3 frame, going up and making a play on the ball in the air combined with his ability to get down the field, makes him a dangerous weapon in any offense.

"I like to think of myself as an explosive receiver, who can be very physical when it comes to blocking. I am most dangerous in one on one situations, and anywhere in the middle of the field," said Racine .

In Racine's Junior season, he was good enough to record 47 catches for 835 yards and 7 TD's. He also reached the end zone two more times on off kick-off returns. Racine received Second Team All-District honors.

Racine currently has interest from several schools: New Mexico State, Minnesota, Hardin Simmons, and Texas State.

Racine attended Junior Day in San Marcos and has been communicating with several Texas State coaches since May.

"I've been working really hard all off season to raise my stock and prove that I capable of playing at the D1 level. I have been working out, going to camps, and actually just got done with the state 7 on 7 Tournament, where we went 3-2," said Racine.

Racine will likely have to prove himself during his Senior season before he sees his stock rise, however it is clear that Texas State is showing interest

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