June 21, 2006

New Orleans wideout likes two SEC schools

Moving and playing football at different schools is nothing new for one New Orleans prospect.

Tyler Stradford became a Hurricane Katrina refugee last fall and ended up playing his junior season at Port Gibson High School in Mississippi. Now Stradford has returned home to the Big Easy and no one could be happier than new O.P. Walker High School coach Derek "Skip" Lamothe.

"It's very good to have Tyler back home," Lamothe said. "I have watched him develop into a great player. He has come a long since the ninth grade where he was just a tremendous athlete. He has matured into a great wide out and defensive back and I expect him to receive some offers in the near future."

There are two schools that Stradford has his eyes on and they are Ole Miss and Auburn.

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