June 30, 2010

WR London Muse On Cowboys Radar

High School Football in the Sugar Land, Texas country is some of the best played in the nation and the Cowboys are looking to open up the pipeline to the football rich area and offered London Muse, a quick wide receiver prospect from Dulles High School.

The 5-foot-11 and 170 pound prospect looks to be a good fit for a spread offense which utilizes quick receivers like Muse who has timed better than a 4.5 forty dash.

Muse also plays outside linebacker for Dulles High School using his athleticism to make plays. The Cowboys and their coaches are obviously looking to continue to recruit fast prospects and Muse looks to fit the definition.

Muse was named honorable mention 5A All-District at wide receiver and linebacker while playing for head coach Jim Creech.

"London brings a passion for the game and good athlete to the mix," said Creech. "He's going to bring any program a good fit for the type of system like to run."

The Fort Bend Dulles product has received scholarship offers from the Cowboys, New Mexico, and Utah State, while catching 19 passes for 269 yards and two touchdowns during his junior campaign.

"He's still looking at his options and will continue reviewing schools," he said. "He's obviously garnering some early attention from division one programs."

Muse has more than a year to continue to develop his size, skills and strength, though his natural athleticism is part of his game not easily coached.

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