TPI Recruiting: Ald. Eisenhower (Pt. 1)

After watching several weeks of football in Greater Houston, there are several athletes who have posted some noteworthy performances. Even more so, there are teams out there that are loaded with Division I talent. And Aldine Eisenhower is one of those teams. TPI will give you the lowdown on a top team with top talent. This is Part I (offense) of a two-part series.

Offense:
QB Kenneth Guiton (6-3, 185)
Guiton is a pro-style quarterback with a big-time arm. He has the ability to make the throw down field, but also can hit the short quick routs (slants, curls). Already he has thrown for 1,670 yards and 10 touchdowns. But, if needed, he can get out of the pocket and run the ball because he has good speed. He is a good leader who will likely take his team to the postseason as a junior.

RB Curtis McGregor (5-9, 180)
McGregor, a Class of 2009 player, is a great to-go out of the backfield, but is very key for the Eagles as a slot receiver. On the ground, he has picked up 461 yards and two scores. But as a receiver, he has 30 catches. This young man has the skills to do whatever is needed for his team. He is tough when running the ball and has great hands in the passing game. Look for him to hit the recruiting radar and pick up a lot of interest.

WR Jaz Reynolds (6-2, 190)
Reynolds is a receiver you definitely want on the field. Not only does he have blazing speed, but he stretches the field out and forces teams to put their best defensive back on him. He has 22 catches and four touchdowns and averages about 20 yards per reception. He will pick up major Division I interest and he is only a junior.

WR Greg Timmons (6-3, 190)
Timmons, a junior, is a big target who is hard to match up with, especially on third downs. He has soft hands and is a good outlet receiver for Guiton to deliver to. And because of his size, he will win nearly all of the jump balls that come his way. To date, Timmons has 27 catches and four touchdowns. This young man will also be one to watch form the Class of 2009.

Stay tuned, as Part II (defense) will be out later this week.


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