When you think of the definition of the term athlete, prospects like Dallas (Texas) Skyline quarterback Anthony Norice come to mind because this young man has been tearing it up on both sides of the ball this season.
From the quarterback spot, Norice has put up 170 yards with four touchdowns on the ground and 670 yards through the air and seven passing touchdowns. However, the 6-foot, 172-pound humble prospect is not going to tout his on abilities but rather push on to the next game.
"We're 5-2 right now and we had a big win last week," Norice said. "I'm playing a little cornerback as well. It's going well, but I'm still pushing hard."
UTEP is the only scholarship offer but a few other schools have entered the picture as of late.
"Baylor is a school I'm hearing from now and so is Wyoming," Norice said. "They're waiting on me to take my SAT in December and then I think I'll start to see some more stuff come my way."
"Both of those teams are favorites right now. I really like UTEP's defense and I like Baylor's offense."
However, both schools are recruiting Norice for different positions. While Baylor is recruiting Norice for quarterback, UTEP wants him as an athlete.