Academics define leader for Guillory

Not all top notch recruiting prospects define their favorite schools by what they offer just on the football field. Cornerback/athlete Bobby Guillory of Vallejo (Calif.) has a favorite on his mind, but it's because of an academic major he would look to pursue.
There are plenty of options for the 5-foot-9, 173-pound Guillory who is armed with 4.4-second forty-yard dash speed and outstanding ability. Oregon, Oregon State, Washington, Nevada, and Idaho are the first teams to offer. One stands out at this point.
"Idaho is up there a little bit above the rest," Guillory said. "They have my major that I want which is like doing park ranger stuff. I just love the outdoors and don't like to be inside very much."

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There is plenty of time for the No. 42 rated cornerback to check out all of the schools on his list with a winter decision planned. Guillory is currently looking into visits.
"I'm supposed to be setting one up to Idaho," Guillory said. "It should be sometime in September or October. Another one in the works is Oregon. I'm not sure when that will be though."
Guillory, aside from recruiting success, has plenty of goals in mind that he is taking with him into his senior season.
"I want to get our passing rate up and really motivate the team," he said. "I'm trying to do more defense this year and be a better two-way player. I want to go both ways and help the team as much as I can."
Guillory is the No. 65 ranked player in California.