2010 WR has bloodlines

There is a player from San Diego County for the class of 2010 to keep your eyes on. He plays wide receiver and defensive back, plus he has NFL bloodlines. He has already drawn the attention from such as UCLA, USC, Oregon, San Diego State and Virginia.
The player in question is Troy Ware (6-2, 170, 4.55) from Vista, Calif. He earned second-team all-league as a junior after catching 26 passes for 488 yards and four touchdowns while averaging 18.8 yards per catch. What makes his stats impressive is he plays for a school that is predominately a running school, but because of Ware, Vista is planning on using the pass more in 2009.
The scouting report on Ware is he has tremendous hands and he runs extremely good routes. He is also an outstanding leaper and he uses that ability to go up the latter to get the ball. He is also very tough and will make the tough catch over the middle. The one thing that really stands out about Ware is he's excellent at running the football after the catch.
Ware comes from outstanding football bloodlines. His dad is former USC Trojan and NFL player, Tim Ware.
What is Ware looking for in a school?
"I would like to play in a big time college atmosphere," Ware said. "I will probably major in business so I am looking for a college that is strong in business. I've always wanted to go to USC."
Ware is also an outstanding track athlete who will participate in the 200 and the long jump. He will be in San Antonio this week for the US Army All-American combine as an invited guest.