Whether you have heard the name or not, JaQualyn Greene is attracting interest this spring.
Greene, who now plays at Arlington Bowie, participated in The Opening event where he attracted the attention of a number of Texas school. These included the likes of Texas Tech, SMU, and Houston. All three programs have offered the young corner, with his scheduled April commitment on the horizon.
According to Rivals.com, the Texas trio make up three of Greene’s top four, with dark horse Minnesota rounding out the potentials that Greene can be playing for after his senior season. Although Minnesota has not offered the three-Star recruit, chances are the offer will come shortly after his visit with the Gophers.
In a season that saw the Arlington Bowie cornerback see limited action on the field, hopes are that he will be able to show the unique skill set he has on the Texas high school football stage this fall. Scouts and coaches alike have seen the 6-0, 175 pound cornerback exhibit superior fundamentals in footwork that lead many to believe he can be an elite corner this year. This will translate to either of these four schools who are in need of ball-hawk type players in their secondary that can cover various positions in the receiving core.
There is no early indication yet of where Greene’s future might lean towards, but there is said to be a strong connection with SMU due to the fact that they were the first official offer he received. All four school have equal footing as it seems, and those concerned will have to wait and see where JaQualyn Greene will make his mark after his days at Arlington Bowie are done.
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