July 6, 2006

Snow one of 2008's best

If one heads to Gilmer to watch the Buckeyes this fall, he or she will most likely see receiver Curtis Brown violently cutting, spinning and dashing to the end zone or quarterback G.J. Kinne connecting on a long touchdown pass to Lamar Harris or Jamell Kennedy.

While the skill prospects are aplenty at the 3A school with an enrollment of 679 students, the offensive line returns three first-team all-district players and is led by one of the nation's best junior guard prospects in David Snow.

Snow has been a starter for the Buckeyes since his first game as a freshman, helping anchor the line for the 16-0 2004 state champions. Back then Snow was a 6-foot-4, 240-pound youngster. Two years later, he has developed into a 6-4, 293-pound road-grater that plays light on his feet.

Snow is already being courted by some of the nation's top programs. Schools such as Texas, Oklahoma, Notre Dame and Ohio State are hot after the junior.

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