One of the best players with the most upside in the state of California is defensive end/linebacker Eugene Germany (6-4, 250, 4.6) from Pomona, Calif.
Germany brings so much to the table that he could easily play defensive tackle, defensive end or linebacker. He could even play tight end.
Germany and his Pomona teammates are currently 4-0 in league and they are playoff bound.
On the year Germany has 101 tackles, seven sacks and five caused fumbles. On the offensive side of the ball Germany has around 16 catches and four touchdowns.
When you are as talented as Germany teams love to get him in the program and once he’s there, then they decide where he will play.
Does Germany have a preference where he plays on the next level?
“I don’t care where I play,” Germany said. “As long as I’m on defense.”
When asked how many offers he has Germany said he wasn’t sure but that he thought he had close to 30 or more.
Germany has already visited Washington State (October 3rd), Michigan (October 17th) and Oregon State (October 31st).
Germany like all three visits thus far. “Washington State the players are really nice and friendly,” Germany said. “It was a good trip.”
“I liked Michigan,” Germany said. “I liked it a lot. I loved the atmosphere and the fan support. The Big House is a pretty impressive place.”
“I liked Oregon State, too,” Germany said. “A lot more than I thought I would. It was like family. Stephen J (Jackson) is really cool.”
“I was going to visit LSU last week but they had a bye,” Germany said. “They felt it would be better if I visited when they had a game.”
Germany has a visit set to Miami on December 12th.
USC is still very much in this thing and he visit there if LSU doesn’t work out. Visiting USC isn’t as important because he is familiar with the school and the campus.