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Houston Madison still loaded with talent

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The Division I prosect pool has not dried up at Houston Madison since defensive back Loyce Means committed to Baylor last weekend.
Baylor got their man in Means (5-11, 175-pounds), who performed well at the Bears' camp. The honor roll student, who plans on graduating early, is not the only stud on the Madison stable.
Quarterback Christian Comeaux (6-4, 185-pounds) is a Vince Young-look-a-like in pads, but his game is more cut out to be a wide-out. The Houston Cougars have offered the local athlete, but other programs seem to have uncovered this diamond in the rough.
"I just want to play football in college and it doesn't matter the position," Comeaux said. "I wouldn't mind staying close to home at Houston, but Iowa is another favorite of mine."
The Cougars are also targeting running back Corey Taylor (5-11, 185-pounds), who rushed for over 1,000 yards for the Lions. Taylor will be the featured back this season and has some lofty goals.
"I want to run for over 1,500 yards and 25 touchdowns this year," Taylor said. "I want to win district, hit the books and get off to college."
Katrina victim Courtney Johnson (5-11, 180-pounds) joins Means in the defensive backfield. Johnson matches Means in athletic credentials but not offers. He is being looked at by Kansas State, Indiana and Illinois.
The future star is offensive lineman Lee Almanza (6-5, 295-pounds), who was an all-district selection as a sophomore. The hard-nosed Almanza has the grades and the ability to be a major Division I prospect.
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