Top Cali pass-rusher has two offers

A big-time pass-rusher who can consistently get into the backfield is the desire of every defensive coordinator and Diablo Valley DE Morgan Breslin (6-3, 245) is just such a prospect. With an outstanding freshman season under his belt, the talented defensive lineman already has two offers and more looking, but he is under no illusion why he was able to put up such impressive stats...

"Our defense is loaded with good players," Breslin said humbly to JCFootball.com recently. "We had guys all over our defense that could cause problems and that's what helped me a lot. I just did my job, I didn't feel like I had to make up for anyone else, and as a result, I had a good season."

As a freshman last season, Breslin manned the weakside defensive end spot, and notched 54 tackles, an amazing 23.5 tackles-for-loss and 12 sacks.

"I'm quick off the ball, but more than anything, the work coach (John) Morales does, teaching and just pushing me, that's what has helped me the most," Breslin admitted.

On the recruiting front, Breslin's outstanding quickness and knack for getting into the backfield have already resulted in two offers and more could be on the way.

"Right now, Arizona and Nevada are the two schools that have offered," Breslin said. "My coaches have told me about a few other schools that have asked about me, but right now, those are the two that have offered."

Breslin was a non-qualifier after graduating from Las Lomas High School in nearby Walnut Creek, California, so he will need to finish his AA degree before he can sign with a four-year school.

He expects to finish things up this December and he will have three to play two wherever he ends up.

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