Houston school holding top juniors, sophomores

While the current seniors for Galena Park (Texas) High School are picking up some interest in their recruiting processes, it may be the juniors and sophomores that lead the way for the Houston area school.
For the 2007 class coach Mike Coker has some excellent prospects waiting in the wings, including wide receiver/defensive back Warren Holloway and offensive guard Dhamari Thomas.
"Warren has a chance to be a super big game breaker," Coker said. "I'm not a big throwing coach, so we've let him play some free safety and nickel back where he really excelled. I'm thinking about making him more of a defensive player and bringing him in on passing situations."

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"He's got the instincts and it really surprised about his skills out their on defense."
Thomas, the 6-foot-2, 290-pound guard, is also going to be special.
"Dhamari plays tackle for us, but he's a guard at the next level for sure," Coker said. "Right now he's in basketball, so he fluctuates with his weight quite a bit. He'll be right around the 290 range when he gets his weight back for football."
Both players are hearing from schools like Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Arizona, Arizona State, and others. However, already being hailed as the best to come through the program, is junior-to-be Gahn McGaffie.
"Gahn will probably be the best we've ever had," Coker said about his heavily regarded prospect. "There aren't any verbal offers or anything that I know of. When the spring evaluations come then they'll come through and be back."
"That's one thing I know for sure."