June 16, 2008
Georgia DE/TE talks about Army and offer
Marietta (Ga.) Walton standout David Paulsen is a two-way performer and it being recruited accordingly. The 3-star prospect already has offers on the table from Army, Stanford, Miami of Ohio, Navy, Air Force, Tulane and Western Carolina, but don't be surprised if others aren't forthcoming.
"Right now schools that are recruiting are split 50-50 when it comes to which position (defensive end & tight-end) they see me playing," says Paulsen.
Paulsen is being recruited by Army's special team Coach Miller and the Black Knights are looking at Paulsen on both sides of the ball. "My relationship with Coach Miller is pretty good," shares state of Georgia prospect. "He came out and met with me, and told me about all the great things with West Point and the football legacy. I should be receiving the package from him soon to get my profile started there (West Point), you know like my SATs, Congressional recommendation, and all that stuff."
Paulsen was offered by Army during the spring and has yet to make a visit to the West Point campus. "I have not visited their campus and it will be tough because of my high school's summer football schedule is really tight," says Paulsen.
Even though the defensive end/tight-end recruit has a busy schedule preparing for his senior of football, he has locked in on a few summer venues that include camping at Iowa (offer may be forthcoming), visit to Miami of Ohio (not for a football camp), the Georgia's (Bulldogs) camp, followed by Vanderbilt (close to an offer as well).
So what is Paulsen looking for in a school? "It's high Academics, because after college, football may not be my calling (NFL), but while I'm playing, hopefully win some games in the process," shares the 6-foot-3 ½, 235 pounds
GoBlackKnights.com will continue to stay in touch with Anevski throughout his recruiting process!
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