Juarez to focus on recruiting later

Anthony Juarez wants to focus on recruiting because some big things could happen but first the Corona (Calif.) Centennial offensive lineman has one more game to play.
And it's a big one.
Corona Centennial faces Concord (Calif.) De La Salle in the state bowl championship game this weekend and the 6-foot-6, 310-pound prospect is thrilled to compete in such a big-time environment.

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"It's really exciting," Juarez said. "Our offense is really explosive and we came together. Our defense is coming together so it's going really well right now. We want that state title.
"It's an achievement just to play (De La Salle) but we feel like we can play with them and come out on top. We're going to get it."
As for recruiting, Idaho and New Mexico State have already offered Juarez, who said Washington State, Ole Miss, San Diego State and San Jose State have been showing the most interest.
Juarez hopes to send out his senior season highlight film shortly after the season wraps up this weekend and then wants to schedule some official visits for January.
There is a chance other teams could get involved but first Juarez is focused on a huge game against De La Salle. After that, recruiting will be his main focus.
"I plan to take visits sometime in January and we'll see from there," Juarez said.
"That's definitely what I want to do. All I'm worried about right now is high school football and then we're going to get the film out as soon as we're done with this."