May 22, 2008
Texas TE Goodwin adds offers
Cypress-Fairbanks High School in Texas has been a feeding ground for Division I coaches for decades.
Running back Sam McGuffie committed to Michigan and Chris Lathrop to Texas A&M last February, so who's next?
Six-foot-six tight end Colby Goodwin has emerged as the most popular Bobcat on campus and has received offers from Houston, Duke and Arkansas after a solid spring.
"He's got that type of frame that Division I coaches can project," Cy-Fair coach Ed Pustejovsky said. "He's very athletic and very physical for his size."
Goodwin's strength is run-blocking, seeing that Cy-Fair's offense is predicated around the running game, but he's a natural receiver.
"He's very smooth with his hands and his routes," Pustejovsky said. "As far as recruiting goes, I think he's a little surprised he's been offered so early. I think he's wide open with his decision though."
Goodwin has camped at Baylor and Kansas so far, and has attended Texas A&M's junior day.
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