Comas is focused on what he needs to get done

A prospect people need to keep an eye on this spring and summer is Santa Monica WR Kris Comas (6-1, 170). The talented wideout has gotten focused on his schoolwork the past couple semesters and is poised for a big sophomore season...

Comas prepped at Santa Monica (Ca.) High School and was unable to qualify, so he decided to stay close to home and continue his football career.

"I really like coach Giff (Gifford Lindheim) and the way he treated me," Comas told JCFootball.com. "He was really big on talking to me about getting me ready to play D-1 ball. None of the other coaches I talked to even mentioned that stuff, so it was just a perfect fit for me."

As a freshman this past season, Comas got very comfortable in the Corsair's receiver rotation, hauling in 39 receptions for 640 yards and 11 touchdowns.

"I'd say I probably am a lot like DeSean Jackson," Comas said. "They mainly used me for stuff down the field, but when I got shorter stuff, I was able to make plays and get good yardage on those too."

On the recruiting front, Comas has started to hear from a couple of schools, but at this point no offers have been forthcoming, partly because he has some work to do in the classroom.

"So far, Boise State and Idaho are the only two that have been talking to me," Comas said. "I have been totally focused on my grades and school stuff this semester.

"I've done really well, probably the best I've done, so I'm back on track with that and I'll be ready to go for spring ball coming up here."

Comas is on pace to graduate in May of next year and he will have three years to play two following the 2012 football season.

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