February 13, 2009

Cougars close to second commit?

Galena Park (Texas) North Shore is no stranger to winning or to placing talented athletes on college football rosters across the country. 2009 saw the Mustangs extend their state record for consecutive regular season victories to 78. Although they fell short in the playoffs losing to eventual State runner-up Hightower in the postseason, their success on the field helped land eight players on college rosters across the country. 2010 is shaping up to be more of the same for the always talented Houston-area program.

Defensive back Alton Demby is just one of a host of Mustang juniors that are already well into the recruiting process and will be looking to extend their playing careers past the high school level. One of the initial group of players brought in to Houston's first junior day that held Jan. 17, he says he loved what he saw.

"It was nice," said the 5-foot-10, 180-pound defender. "I liked their campus and how their facilities were. We got to see the dorm rooms and how they were. They looked alright to me, real cozy."

While at the junior day, Demby was able to talk to some of the coaching staff.



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