May 3, 2006
Killeen Shoemaker continues to produce
Killeen Shoemaker may not be the oldest program in Central Texas but it is quickly gaining a reputation for producing top notch talent.
In 2005 All-American Roy Miller was without a doubt the fastest rising prospect of the class and eventually chose Texas over Oklahoma. He was the first Shoemaker athlete to sign with a Division I school, but is certainly not the last.
Last fall three-year starting quarterback Keith Smith signed with Purdue, in the class of 2007 it's Brandon Joiner that is attracting the most attention. Joiner is not the only prospect though with defensive end Eugene Daniels also beginning to draw college attention and cornerback/safety J.R. Brown starting to impress as well and we were there to see them all in action
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