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Rushing Prefers to Stay in Texas

Rushing Prefers to Stay in Texas

College recruiters are a resourceful lot so it is not a surprise that they are able to find a player on a high school campus even if he has yet to play varsity ball. But 2011 defensive end prospect James Rushing is on the radar of several area teams. Burnt Orange Beat spoke with Rushing about his spring ball and his summer camp plans.

Houston Memorial defender James Rushing (6-3, 224) is enjoying the beginning of the recruiting process as he makes the transition from fall ball on the junior varsity to spring ball with the varsity Mustangs. "I went to the Texas, Texas A&M and SMU spring games," Rushing told Burnt Orange Beat. In addition, Rushing thought all three schools would also visit his... Recommended Stories

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