On the high school level Brent Seals (6-1, 195, 4.6) from La Puente (Calif.) Bishop Amat plays linebacker, but when he gets to the D-I level the chances are he projects as a strong safety.
As a junior, Seals earned first-team all-league and second-team all-area as a linebacker after accounting for 108 tackles, two forced fumbles and one sack.
While splitting time with several running backs, Seals ended up rushing for 250 yards and scored four touchdowns.
Seals has an outstanding work ethic on and off the field. In the weight room, Seals benches 255, squats 455 and power cleans 255. He has also recorded an impressive 36.3
The hard working Seals is planning on taking in some camps to ready himself for an outstanding senior season.
"I'm definitely going to one of the NIKE Camps," Seals said. "I'm not sure which one. It will be one of the NIKE Camps in Los Angeles, Palo Alto or Eugene. I'm also planning on attending camps at Stanford, Cal, UCLA, Oregon and some other places.
In the classroom, Seals is about as good as it gets. He carries a 4.6 GPA and scored 1990 on the SAT.
No wonder colleges that demand academic excellence such as Stanford, Cal, UCLA, Oregon, Notre Dame, Colorado, North Carolina, and Wake Forest.
Seals was invited to junior days at Notre Dame, Colorado, Oregon, and North Carolina.
What is Seals looking for in a college?
"First of all it has to be a great school because academics are very important to me," Seals said. "Secondly the school has to have a solid football program and play big time football.
The scouting report on Seals is he's a playmaker who has hound dog's nose for the football. He is also is an outstanding leader on and off the field.