B>HOOVER, Ala. - Shreveport (La.) Evangel Christian is not used to losing, anything, ever. At this weekend's Southeast Select 7-on-7 in Hoover, Evangel was ousted in the second round by Niceville, Fla. Leading Eagles at quarterback was Division I prospect Dan Kreamer.
The 6-foot-1, 198-pound Kreamer runs the 40-yard dash in 4.58 seconds, has a 300-pound bench press and 395-pound squat. He has played wide receiver and safety throughout his career at Evangel, but his athleticism has caused Coach Dennis Dunn to move him to quarterback.
"I have offers from Tulsa, Mississippi State and Northwestern as a safety," Kreamer said. "All of the other schools that are recruiting me like Alabama, LSU, Arkansas, Ole Miss, Florida and Texas Tech all like me at safety as well. I did go to a quarterback camp at Northwestern State this summer and they offered me as that so I'm assuming they offered me as a quarterback."
As a junior Kreamer collected 136 tackles, three sacks and five interceptions in helping lead his team to a class 5A state championship.
"Right now my favorites are Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Oklahoma State, Tulsa, Mississippi State and Northwestern," Kreamer said. "I have been to a camp at TCU this summer and I'm going to LSU this week, but I want to get out and check out some of these other schools out there too when I can."
Kreamer is ranked as the No. 32 player in the state of Louisiana by Rivals.com. He projects as a full qualifier with a 3.2 GPA.
"I'm really going to be looking at the city that a school is located in, because I want to have stuff to do," Kreamer said. "I want to get to know the coaches and know that I'm cool with them, because it's going to be four years with those guys and I want to play for a program that is stable and won't be undergoing a lot of changes in the next four years."