Eagle knows where he wants to go

Four-year schools are making a late push on some unheralded JUCO players late in the 2012 recruiting cycle and one that already knows where he wants to go is New Mexico Military OL Kenny Eagle (6-4, 305)...

Eagle attended Knox (In.) High School and was only able to qualify for a D-2 scholarship, so he thought over his options and decided to head west in order to give himself a chance to play at the highest level he could.

"I wanted to play D-1 and the only way to do that was to go JC," Eagle told JCFootball.com. "I liked what they had going out here and it turned out to be the best thing for me."

After holding down the starting right guard position for the last two years, the big lineman garnered attention from several FCS programs.

"I have offers from Arkansas Pine-Bluff, Florida A&M, Delaware State, Southeast Louisiana and Virginia Union," Eagle said. "I Florida A&M and Arkansas Pine-Bluff back in December and I've verbally committed to Arkansas Pine-Bluff and I'm going to sign with them next month."

Eagle was dominant as a blocker this season, not surrendering a sack and allowed quarterback David Vega to have a huge season under center.

He will sign his letter-of-intent on February 1st and he will have three years to play two once he steps on campus this summer.

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