Four star DE Playing like star

Four star defensive end Jeff Schweiger, Jr., (6-5, 245, 4.5) from San Jose (Calif.) Valley Christian is making a strong statement for another star to be added to his rating. Schweiger is off to a dominating start and is one of the main reasons that Valley Christian a perfect 3-0.
In three games, Schweiger has accounted for 28 tackles, four tackles for loss, four sacks, three quarterback hurries, two deflected passes and one fumble recovery.
The impressive thing about these stats is the fact that Schweiger has sat a lot of the games that he has played because of Valley Christian blew out their opponents.
After Valley Christian’s first game against Hollister, the Hollister head coach said that Schweiger is the best player his team has faced since Arizona State Sun Devil and Arizona Cardinal star Pat Tillman when he played for San Jose (Calif.) Leland all those years ago (Tillman shocked the sports world when he turned down multi-million contract and enlisted in the US Army and was part of Operation Iraqi Freedom as a US Ranger.)
Schweiger has already taken one visit to Michigan and he was amazed and very impressed by the Big House. There were 112,000 fans in the stands while Schweiger was there.
Schweiger is very busy playing football and going to school so his future visits are somewhat put on hold
USC, Notre Dame, Oklahoma and Miami are the four schools in the driver’s seat for Schweiger’s last trips.
Schweiger’s junior season performance saw him selected League Linebacker of the Year. He was also selected all-state (underclassman), all-CCS, all-metro, all-area, all-league and was his team MVP after he racked up 138 tackles, 13 sacks, 12 quarterback hurries, ten tackles for loss, four caused fumbles, three fumble recoveries, and two deflected passes.