October 31, 2006

A&M's most recent commit bringing friends Saturday

DeSoto High School in southern Dallas County seemingly has been one of the more successful high school programs in the Metroplex in recent years.

The Eagles produce playoff teams and blue chip talent on an annual basis. In some instances, like Denver Broncos running back Tatum Bell, they even turn out prospects who wind up playing on Sundays.

It's the type of school that can turn into a "pipeline", feeding prospects to a certain college year after year.

Texas A&M has already has one such pipeline set up in east Texas via Lufkin High School where stars such as quarterback Reggie McNeal, running back Jorvorskie Lane and safety Alton Dixon played their high school ball.

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