July 9, 2007
2009 OL hearing from two in-state schools
The class of 2009 in the state of Texas is already being talked about as being one of the deepest in years at pretty much every position. With several offensive linemen already being well-known, there is another one from the Houston area that is receiving his fair share of attention from schools as well.
Klein Oak offensive tackle Clint Naron is a name that recruiting fans will become very familiar with over the next year-and-a-half.
The 6-foot-6, 270 pound prospect has a highly recruited 2008 teammate in recent Texas commit DeSean Hales, but Naron is also already causing college coaches to make the trip to Klein Oak High School.
Tennessee, Arkansas, Texas and Texas A&M are showing interest.
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