There may not be a hotter player in California over the past two weeks than Vallejo (Calif.) athlete Bobby Guillory. The two-way standout has dominated on both sides of the ball but schools are waiting for a few academic hurdles to clear up before they get really involved.
Guillory, 5-9, 175 pounds had a solid junior season and then had a very impressive showing over the summer at USC's senior camp. He's having a strong senior year and has been especially hot the past two games.
"Two weeks ago, I had three picks, scored three touchdowns and threw for another touchdown," Guillory said. "Then last weekend, I rushed 19 times for 315 yards and scored four touchdowns so things are going good right now."
Guillory is playing quarterback and defensive back for the Jaguars but is being recruited strictly as a cornerback.
"I have six schools I'm really looking at," Guillory said. "I like USC, Cal, Idaho, Sacramento State, Oregon and Washington. I want to take all five of my trips after the season but right now, everyone is kind of waiting on my SAT score. I just took the test and I'm waiting for my results.
Bobby Guillory VideoClick "All of the schools said they want to offer and trip me in once I pass the SAT so I'm hoping I did well on it. I don't have a leader right now, I like all six of those schools and I'm just looking around to find the best fit for me and where I'll be the most comfortable."Here to view this Link.