Rushs versatility earning interest

Put Killeen, Texas offensive lineman Jonathan Rush on the offensive line and he'll make a play. Though he has spent most of his high school career at the tackle spot, many believe he could find a Division I home at either center or guard.
Versatility is just one aspect to Rush's game. The 6-foot-4, 268-pounder says he can run or pass block equally well. He's build upon experience since moving up to varsity as a sophomore and starting as a junior. Tackle is where he feels the most comfortable.
"I started off there and that's what I'll play," Rush said. "I'll play anything though; I don't really know exactly where I see myself in college yet. I'm a smart player who is equally good at run or pass blocking."
Scholarship offers haven't come yet, but interest is coming from schools such as Florida, Oklahoma State, SMU, and Colorado State.
"All the schools are equal in my mind right now," he said. "Texas is one school that I like quite a bit. I actually went to their junior day but my GPA on my transcript was messed up. By the time it got sorted out, they had added a bunch of other commitments.
"That kind of messed things up for me. I still hear from them by mail every now and then."
As a senior, Rush wants to build off his two years of varsity experience and go out on a winning note.
"I don't have any specific goals, I just want to take my team to the playoffs and possibly to the state title," he said. "It's that simple."