2018 Recruit Analysis: Schertz Clemens WR Tommy Bush

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One look at Tommy Bush’s Twitter feed tell you everything you need to know with offer after offer seemingly rolling in by the hour. The result is a lot of hype around this 6-4, 187 pound wide out.

With an exceptional set of hands, blazing speed, and the ability to leap above opposing defensive backs, Bush is a nightmare for defense, but a dream for coaches around the nation. With a staggering four SEC offers coming in just the last couple of days from Missouri, Auburn, Tennessee and Georgia, this Clemens standout will have a tough task deciding on where to take his talents to after this season of play.

This 3-star recruit caught five touchdowns last term, but provided defenses problem with double teams resulting in opening for his Clemens receivers. Pair that with his fast-rising stock, the profile is turning up for the young playmaker.

Clemens, who traditionally is in the upper echelons of the San Antonio football scene, will hope that this increased production from Bush can catapult them passed the likes of Cibolo Steele and Converse Judson in the coming season. If this happens, many believe it will be due to Bush stealing the show. Signs tell that Bush is relishing the opportunity to take Clemens to the next level, and with that, he can fully expect to raise more of a national profile than he has obtained already.

Time can only tell where Bush will ultimately land, but with the offers coming thick and fast, a decision is not in the near future. What one can expect when that decision is made, however, is whatever team is lucky enough to land the Clemens star will have a player who’s game translates to the college ranks. In the right environment, Bush’s potential is endless and could potentially be the next big star out of the Alamo City.

 

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