Modesto TE is a record breaker

Tight end/wide receiver Brad Bispo (6-3, 206, 4.72) from Modesto (Calif.) Downey has had a record breaking season. This talented receiver broke six school receiving records during 2004.
Bispo now holds school records for career receptions (134), single season receptions (72), receiving yards career, receiving yards single season, receiving touchdowns career (25) and single season receiving touchdowns (13).
Bispo’s stats for 2004 were as follows 72 receptions for 1,106 yards and 13 touchdowns. He also added one touchdown rushing and one defensive touchdown for a total of 15.
What is amazing is Bispo had five touchdowns that were called back.
Fresno State, Boise State and Utah have offered Bispo scholarships. Stanford, Cal, Nevada and BYU call on a weekly basis. He also hearing from several Ivy league schools.
Being able to schedule visits may be a daunting task for Bispo because of his commitment to basketball.
Bispo is an outstanding athlete who has been a starter on the varsity basketball team since his freshman year.
“Brad played on the AAU team (Chico Tar Heels) that took “The Big Time Tournament in Las Vegas last summer,” Frank Bispo, Brad Dad said. “Brad is getting some looks for his basketball ball skills nothing like football.”
When it comes down to visits more than likely Bispo will visit at least one Ivy League school. With regards to Cal and Stanford that could come down to what Ryan Moya and Eric Lorig do.
Both players are visiting Cal this weekend. If both opt for other schools then Bispo would be next in line to receive a scholarship offer.
Fresno State, BYU and UC Davis are also in the mix for visits.