Guy works hard in the middle for COC

Four-year coaching staffs are always looking for talented players who can stuff the run up front and that fits College of the Canyons DT Antonio Guy (6-3, 295) perfectly. The big and physically gifted prospect spoke with JCFootball.com recently about what he does best on the football field and what he's working on fervently this offseason...

"I'd definitely say I'm a run-stopper. That's definitely what I do best," Guy told JCFootball.com. "I'm good at getting through gaps quickly and making plays in the backfield, so, like I said, I think that's what I do best."

While he isn't lacking in rushing the quarterback, Guy said he's working very hard to get much more proficient in that area.

"I'm not bad at it, but I am definitely working on some pass-rushing moves," Guy noted. "I'm working on getting more explosive and I want to get quicker and faster and stronger, so I've been doing workouts that will get me where I want to be."

Playing mostly inside as a freshman last season, Guy racked up 39 tackles, 12.5 tackles-for-loss and two sacks and that productivity, along with his outstanding size make him a very intriguing prospect, although as of yet, no schools have contacted him.

"Right now I haven't heard from anyone, but I know it's early," Guy, who prepped in Charleston, South Carolina said. "I had some D-3 schools after me in high school, but they never really offered and Canyons seemed like a great place to make a new path for myself."

He is on pace to graduate in December and he will have two years to play two following the 2013 football season.

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