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Guiton tearing it up

Aldine (Texas) Eisenhower dual-threat quarterback Kenny Guiton is all smiles these days. Guiton has lead his team to a 6-0 district record after starting the season 0-2.
"We started off a little slow, but you know we just kept with it and after we came back from being off because of the hurricane it seems things have really clicked," said Guiton, who is receiving interest from many schools including Iowa State and in-state school Rice.
"I have made one official visit so far. I went up to Iowa State and it was real cool. With Iowa not having any professional teams up there it was really cool to see the fans packed in the stadium and all types of tailgating out in front before. It was a really neat experience."
The dual-threat quarterback is also keeping in touch with the Cyclone coaches as much as he can.
"Yeah, coach (Jay) Rodgers calls, and we talk at least twice a week," Guiton said. "We mainly just catch up on how everything is going on down here with me and my team and I ask him how everything is going up there in Ames."
Iowa State isn't the only school on top of Guiton's list.
"I also have been in contact with Rice's running back coach Darrell Patterson, Fresno State's offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier, and Kansas," he said. "I want to definitely set-up more visits but they probably won't come until after the season."
Guiton and his team now have a bye week as they prepare for a playoff run which will start in two weeks against Westside.