September 10, 2008
Sleeper has breakout game
One position that is always of dire need for D-I colleges is at defensive tackle. There is a sleeper emerging from San Diego County who is beginning to open up some eyes in Anthony Larceval (6-1, 270, 5.1) from La Mesa (Calif.) Helix.
One of the reasons that Larceval is considered a sleeper is he played as a 6-foot-0, 250-pound linebacker as a junior who earned all conference.
"Anthony was even a recruit from his linebacker position," Helix coach Troy Starr said. "I know he is a D-I defensive tackle."
When Starr goes out on the limb about a player, he has an excellent track record for being right. He said the same thing about Oregon commit Anthony Anderson and Washington State true sophomore wide receiver Jeshua Anderson.
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